Even without the delivery aspect, Washington`s laws are complicated. The state does not technically allow pharmacies, but there is a loophole that allows “collective gardens.” Under the “collective garden” rule, medical marijuana can only be provided by someone from the same collective, so Canary registers its network of couriers with all partner collectives when they start. Tullis also asserts that Canary HIPAA is compliant. (Meadow, San Francisco`s version of Canary, claims the same thing.) The Meadow solution allows patients to see a doctor and obtain a medical recommendation, consult products and organize supplies from trusted pharmacies. Patient recommendations are required to upload their identification and referral documents to Meadow secure servers and they must also sign a collective agreement with the pharmacy from which they order. The information is then verified to ensure the legitimacy of the cardholder. Eaze (www.eazeup.com) is an on-demand health service that allows patients to quickly, quickly and professionally access medical marijuana via a mobile device. Its proprietary technology automates orders, driver deliveries and patient deliveries in an average of 10 minutes. Eaze was founded in 2013 in San Francisco by Keith McCarty, an experienced technology executive who helped build Yammer (acquired by Microsoft). Cronos Group Inc.
(NASDAQ: CRON) (TSX: CRON) entered into a loan agreement with the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and the Bank of Montreal through a $65 million credit facility. The Canadian-based cannabis company stated that it planned to use the funds to repay the company`s existing credit facility with Romspen Investment Corporation and for general purposes until the conclusion of the previously announced interest by Altria Group, Inc. Patients can now order SPARC medical marijuana products on the Eaze (www.eazeup.com) platform in just three clicks, once they are checked and connected. Eaze automatically sends the nearest driver with the requested medical strain. Patients receive an estimated birth window that is updated in real time. The eaze proprietary technology platform automates the entire process, from ordering to shipping the driver to delivery, while inventory is tracked in real time. Automation allows SPARC to make deliveries with great precision. SAN FRANCISCO– (BUSINESS WIRE) Today, SPARC, one of San Francisco`s largest and most respected cannabis collectives, and Eaze, the on-demand delivery service for cannabis technology, announced a new partnership to provide medical marijuana quickly, easily and professionally to patients. SPARC is now using Eaze`s technology platform to automate DELIVERies of SPARC products to patients with speed and accuracy. Nevertheless, Canary`s audit process appears to be relatively rigorous.