Digipharm has announced a partnership with the leadership of Pakistan to digitize the processes associated with the provision of financial assistance in the field of health, as well as to optimize health funds under the management of the National Social Security Office.
Digitized financial processes and leasing activities speed up the processing of support for low-income patients and help them gain access to medical services and technologies. Currently, this applies to 90 million patients (25 million families).
Press Release (@MarketWatch): Digipharm announces joint cooperation with Government of Pakistan's Social Healthcare Fund utilising blockchain-based platforms
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The implementation of the blockchain solution will help save Pakistan’s health food costs, improve resources allocation, patients access to expensive treatments, and exploring the possibilities of the Digipharms (DPH) digital currency.
Ahmed Abdullah, CEO of Digipharm said:
This is a great moment for everyone involved with Digipharm, the Board of Pakistan, the patients and individuals we seek to serve. Using cutting-edge technology to solve the grand challenges Faced By human beings.