iGuard Inc Type Private Founded 2007 Headquarters Princeton, New Jersey, USA Key people Hugo Stephenson, CEO
Elisa Cascade, Head Operations
Bob Winslow, Head Medical Information
Products Safety research and analysis Website http://www.mediguard.org
The holding company for MediGuard.org is iGuard Inc.. The aim of the company is to monitor the safety of prescription medicines, over-the-counter medicines and healthcare supplements. As of February 2011, there are over 2,480,000 registered users in the company's web-site. The company also rates the safety of different drugs using a standardized ratings scale, and has received critical support from patient advocacy groups concerned by the large number of patients affected by serious, preventable adverse drug reactions.
- Boston Collaborative Drug Surveillance Program
- COSTART - Coding Symbols for a Thesaurus of Adverse Reaction Terms
- Yellow Card Scheme (UK)
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