More mobile health solutions on the rise: Telemedicine

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every industry uniquely, but one challenge that has been felt universally is communication. Amid the lockdowns, communication has been put to the test and we have all begun to realize the value that technology can afford us. As the virus has ravaged communities, the healthcare industry has faced a need […]

6-month contract extension for the Malaysian pharmacy network

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, a significant strain has been put on healthcare systems globally. With more hospitals overloaded, and rural communities underserved, the public is relying on the pharmacy network for more than just dispensing medication.  As trusted frontline healthcare providers, pharmacy professionals have been working with other healthcare professionals in providing support for chronic […]

The pharmacy network speaks up about mental health

Disease management during a pandemic requires healthcare professionals to maintain access to care while managing the risk of infections. This has been achieved to varying degrees across Southeast Asia, however, amid the stress and confusion of shutdowns and social distancing, the pharmacy network is concerned for another looming health issue– mental health. The implications of […]

Improve medication adherence with digital patient assistance programs

If you have not heard of a patient assistance program (PAP), it is a program that works by subsidizing the cost of prescription medication so patients can purchase them at a lower cost. Patient assistance programs are a holistic support program that includes interventions such as disease education, refill reminders, cost benefits and clinical support […]

Digital patient assistance programs on the rise amid COVID-19

Patient engagement tools must not get overlooked amid the COVID-19 pandemic: Chronic health conditions still need attention and digital patient assistance programs can help.  Across the globe tough decisions have been made in order to safeguard people. Whether it is called a lockdown, a movement control order, or a circuit breaker, few are immune from […]

How SwipeRx is helping pharmacists during COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, a significant strain is felt globally on healthcare systems. With more hospitals overloaded, and rural communities underserved, the public is relying more and more on pharmacy support.  The pharmacy network is, of course, an essential service and it must remain open to serve communities. COVID-19 is not the only disease […]

Pharmacy professionals need additional support to better fight against COVID-19

mClinica Pharmacy Solutions has conducted a survey on SwipeRx platform and revealed insights and actions required by pharmaceutical companies, governments and local communities that are applicable acrossthe Southeast Asia region. You might be interested in:    Coronavirus – How Southeast Asia is preventing a pandemic effect Coronavirus: Is there a cure in sight? COVID-19 aka […]

Hoarding, price gouging, theft and expired masks – which one may not be as bad as it seems?

While many industries are able to continue working from home, there’s one industry that can’t – the healthcare industry. The pharmacy network, healthcare clinics and hospitals all remain open. Everyday, healthcare workers are on the front line battling infectious disease management and trying to maintain their patients medication adherence, and they depend on personal protection […]

mClinica Pharmacy Solutions Signs Memorandum of Understanding With Persatuan Penolong Pegawai Farmasi Malaysia

On the 5th March 2020 at Serai Restaurant, Paradigm Mall in Malaysia, representatives from mClinica Pharmacy Solutions, a leading healthtech provider, and Persatuan Penolong Pegawai Farmasi Malaysia (PPPFM) signed a memorandum of understanding which seeks to improve education for pharmacy  assistants across Malaysia.  To achieve this, PPPFM is exploring the introduction of pharmacy-driven mobile technology […]

Plasma-derived therapy a potential coronavirus treatment

On 4 March 2020, Japanese firm Takeda Pharmaceutical Co announced they are working on a plasma-derived therapy to treat high-risk patients infected with COVID-19. They are confident they are close to being one of the first approved treatments against the deadly coronavirus. As the pharmacy network is highly depended upon during this time to answer […]