Sirum saves lives by connecting organizations with surplus medications to patients in need. in the U.S. there is often a large supply of unexpired drugs that are collected from manufacturers, wholesalers, pharmacies and health facilities. Sirum helps connect that surplus supply with clinics and pharmacies that serve low-income families.
How does Sirum achieve this at scale? They have a technology platform that efficiently makes that match between surplus in the market and need. Medication donors save money and time by donating their surplus instead of spending time and money to destroy the drugs. Recipients are able to provide medicine to patients who otherwise couldn't afford it.