mPharma Partners TytoCare On Comprehensive Telehealth To Pharmacies

TytoCare, the global health care industry’s first all-in-one modular device and examination solution for AI-powered, on-demand, remote medical exams, on Wednesday announced its partnership with mPharma, a technology-driven healthcare company building Africa’s largest health management organisation with a focus on making medications affordable and accessible to every African.

The integration of the Tyto- Care solution into mPharma’s telehealth offerings enables pharmacies to provide patients with enhanced remote care through in-depth, physical examinations.

 Since the rollout of the partnership in June 2021, over 8,000 people have been examined and treated by mPharma using TytoCare’s platform, spanning 35 pharmacies across Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Zambia, and Nigeria. In Africa, community pharmacies play a central role in a patients’ primary care journey.

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Through the partnership with TytoCare, mPharma is reimagining the community pharmacy as more than just a place where patients fill prescriptions, but instead a virtual doctor’s office where they can conduct remote appointments with doctors and specialists they normally wouldn’t be able to access.

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TytoCare brings this vision one step further by enabling remote physical exams of the heart, skin, ears, throat, abdomen, and lungs, and measurement of heart rate and body temperature, allowing the doctors and specialists to gain the vital clinical data they require to monitor, diagnose, and treat patients remotely.

“As a continent with a deficit of 2.4 million nurses and doctors, digital health solutions remain key in solving Africa’s primary healthcare challenges,” said Gregory Rockson, CEO and co-founder of mPharma.

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“Our partnership with Tyto- Care helps us bridge the gap in the primary healthcare space in Africa. We have seamlessly implemented our virtual doctor consultation programme, mutti doctor, recording over 8,000 consultations across our partner mutti pharmacies since we launched last year.

mPharma’s vision is to make affordable healthcare accessible to every African, with our primary care strategy focused on ensuring that community pharmacies become primary healthcare providers.”

Source: independent

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