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Drug-delivery Solutions: Sai Shankar gives insights on the Digital Health Unit at Aptar Pharma

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Drug-delivery Solutions: Sai Shankar gives insights on the Digital Health Unit at Aptar Pharma

October 11, 2022

Drug-delivery Solutions: Sai Shankar gives insights on the Digital Health Unit at Aptar Pharma

In this episode we hear from Sai Shankar, President of the Digital Health Unit at Aptar Pharma. Aptar Pharma provides drug delivery systems, active material science solutions and services globally- some products include: nasal spray pumps, MDI valves, dose indicators & counters, DPIs, electronic / connected devices, eye-droppers, elastomeric components (for injectable delivery devices), and more!

In this episode, we cover:

  • The background to AptarGroup, Aptar Pharma and its acquisition of Voluntis
  • How the Aptar digital health unit came about
  • Rationale behind the acquisition of Cohero Health
  • Bringing together teams and lessons learned in integration processes
  • Drug+ and key go-to-market opportunities
  • Evidence generation and life sciences partner
  • What is next for the digital health unit at Aptar Pharma?

Guest Links and Resources:

  • Connect with Sai Shankar on LinkedIn
  • Visit: https://www.aptar.com/

Host Links:

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> Presenting Partner: Amalgam Rx

> Contributing Sponsors: Akili | Big Health | Click Therapeutics | Lindus Health

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