Bawumia launches national e-pharmaceutical for Ghanaians

 


Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has presented the national e-pharmacy (e-pharmacy) guidelines and guidelines.

The purpose of the e-pharmaceutical platform is to provide access to drugs to deal with counterfeit drugs.

Dr. Bawumia said at the launch of the platform on Wednesday (22 December): “This will help every citizen of Ghana to have easy and cheap access to prescription drugs and to avoid counterfeit drugs. This is an important chapter for Ghana. Congratulations in advance to the Ghana Pharmacy Board and all licensed pharmacies and stakeholders.

National guidelines and guidelines for electronic pharmacies will provide all customers across the country with access to medicines.

The platform is also intended to allow customers to learn how to hire a pharmacist before buying a drug.

The electronic platform will handle counterfeit and counterfeit drugs used to disinfect the system.

Pharmacy Platform E will seek to license and increase the number of pharmacists, which are currently 3,668, by 2021.

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