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Cameroon has outlined a comprehensive strategy to seize a sizable portion of the local pharmaceutical market as well as the subregional and Nigerian markets of the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS).
The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and representatives from both the public and private sectors endorse this framework.
It aims to improve the local pharmaceutical industry’s structure, resilience, productivity, competitiveness, and short-term viability.
Currently, Cameroon imports over 90% of its pharmaceutical requirements, so local production only meets 5% of national requirements.The drug items utilised in the nation of ordinary items available comes from stash and illegal stockpile chains, as per the ECA.
The Cameroon Pharmaceutical Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
E-santé, a startup based in Cameroon, has created a virtual hospital to make healthcare more readily available to the general public. Yaoundé will now have access to “Clinic Home,” the company announced.
After Douala, the capital is the second city to benefit from this novel service, which aims to democratise home-based medicine (also known as family medicine) in the country.
Center Home” was established in a joint effort with Cameroonian specialists working in broad daylight, private, and strict clinics in the nation, as well as specialists from Europe.
Home in-person consultations, remote medical consultations, medication delivery, home nursing care, and home physiotherapy are among the offerings.
Let’s take the instance of a patient who has had a headache and fever for three days.He would need to wait four hours to see a doctor and two more hours to have a lab sample taken from him.
In addition, even if he is not able to take his medication, he would be admitted or required to visit a pharmacy to locate all of his medications.However, with www.clinichome.cm, the patient can see a doctor at home in less than two hours, have samples taken at home, and have a nurse administer his injections if necessary.
Additionally, at the conclusion of the day, the entire prescription is delivered to the patient’s residence.
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