Ghanaian-based Pharmaceutical services company, mPharma is looking to address what it says is a potential drug supply shortage and price increases due to ongoing disruptions in the drug supply chains globally caused by the outbreak of Coronavirus.
The organisation is, thus, today, Thursday, 19 March 2020 launching a price control programme for chronic patients dubbed "Mutti Keep My Price"
In Ghana, there are growing concerns about the possible shortage of medicines and the high price increase in some essential medical supplies such as the high cost of hand sanitizers.
Speaking to the media, a spokesperson for the organisation said, “The ‘Mutti Keep My Price’ programme for patients on chronic medications will help patients choose between a three-month or six-month price control plan. The price of their covered medication will not change irrespective of what happens in the market during the duration of the plan”.
Mutti Keep My Price is free to enroll in.
Interested persons are to call the Mutti helpline at 055 813 4375 or 024 841 0050 to learn more about the service and how to enroll or visit mPharma.com.