Equivamed and smartphone app Convert Drugs Premium enables public health professionals to find the precise equivalent of more than 1milion of drugs in 80 languages. Thanks to Equivamed and smartphone app Convert Drugs Premium travelers and immigrants throughout the world can identify the name of the drug in their current location by typing the name used in their country of origin.
In 2013, the Hayan Typhoon hit the Philippines. To help the rescue initiative, Daniel Elbaz developped philippine.equivamed.com a free site for local medical professionals which provided the equivalent names of the drugs they received from generous worldwide donors and app/philippines-equivamed a special free smartphone app. Equivamed helped many victims impacted by this disaster.
Equivamed helps new immigrants in Israel
Each year, Israel welcomes tens of thousands of new immigrants from around the world. Daniel Elbaz developed olim.equivamed.com a free site to serve the new immigrant population from 20 different countries by enabling them to find Israeli equivalent of various drugs from their country. They simply type the name of the drug in their native language and Equivamed provides them with the local name in one click.
Equivamed is a prime example of Israeli creativity. EQUIVAMED is an Israeli start-up offering services for the well-being of people around the world. Daniel ELBAZ, creator of Equivamed, spent eight years researching and preparing this database and updates it during three hours each day. Daniel Elbaz is searching for decision makers in companies, international pharmaceutical labs and investors to promote this project on a global scale.