VP Mahamudu Bawumia has sent off the National Electronic Pharmacy Platform (NEPP), an application that will permit Ghanaians to remotely arrange authorized meds.
As per the Vice President, the new ‘e-pharmacy’, will permit individuals utilize the application to submit a request for the medicine they need. The solicitation will be really taken a look at by an expert drug specialist on the application, not up close and personal.
Dr. Bawumia portrayed it as ‘establishing an empowering climate that will carry the pharmacy to your doorstep’.
This computerized stage will accelerate the method involved with requesting drug extensively. Installment is finished on the application and Ghanaians can utilize MoMo, Visa, or Mastercard to remotely pay.
You can then choose a location for conveyance that is the most advantageous.
Talking today on the send off of the e-pharmacy, Vice President Bawumia illustrated the accompanying:
‘Without precedent for our country, we will send a National Electronic Pharmacy Platform which will empower north of 30 million Ghanaians to approach endorsed drugs in a more helpful, savvy and quality guaranteed way’.
The Veep reminded his crowd that Ghanaians have needed to drive significant distances to track down drug stores that supply dependable and not costly prescriptions.
The facts confirm that before the e-pharmacy, debilitated Ghanaians have frequently purchased counterfeit prescription at extremely exorbitant costs.
Dr Bawumia likewise featured that purchasing meds online additionally has gambles, for example, the offer of unlawful prescriptions and not getting buys.
The Veep is certain that the new e-pharmacy will change all that, offering great costs and legitimate meds, with the comfort of the web.
The e-pharmacy is the most recent strategy carried out under Dr Bawumia’s ‘digitisation’ plan, which has incorporated the GhanaCard, Ghana Pay, e-installments for power, the advanced location framework, and the WiFi rollout in our school system.
Dr Bawumia additionally featured that the e-pharmacy would permit Ghana to join the e-pharmacy worldwide market.
This market was esteemed at USD 52 billion and is anticipated to develop more over the course of the following 10 years.
The e-pharmacy is in this way planned as a strategy to secure and uphold Ghanaians right away and increment future success.