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SANA: Open Source Telemedicine

Sana's mission is to revolutionize healthcare delivery in remote areas through innovative mobile information services that improve patient access to medical specialists for faster, high-quality, and more cost-effective diagnosis and intervention.

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PhilHealth Benchbook

Benchbook features a concise and updated list of standards for improving the quality of care in all health care organizations in the Philippines. It provides process standards such as waiting time for procedural treatments and business processes.

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Maximum Drug Retail Price (MDRP)

The Maximum Drug Retail Price is mandated under Executive Order 821 series of 2009 to make medicine affordable and accessible to Filipinos. MDRP is required on drugs that reduce the incidence of morbidity and mortality. MDRP is imposed on all retail outlets, public or private.

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The Generics Pharmacy

The Generics Pharmacy (TGP) advocates for quality and affordable drugs accessible to all Filipinos. It was in 2007 that TGP tapped FranCorp to facilitate its expansion. Within three-and-a-half years, it has expanded to 1,000 outlets, covering both provinces and chartered cities.

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LiFEDATA EMR Clinic Software

LiFEDATA EMR is a computer-based representation of a patient’s medical record developed by LiFEDATA Systems in 2008. The software allows the linkage of medical records and information among different players in the health system.

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Health Plus Outlets

Health Plus Outlets (HPO) uses a social franchising model in diffusing pharmacy retail outlets in rural communities.

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Cotabato Health Insurance Program

The Cotabato Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is a wrap-around social health insurance project. It is a kind of health care financing which does not depend solely on government subsidy.

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Health Care Services Price Disclosure Act of 2011

This act mandates that patients are informed of the costs of services in health facilities and hospitals in order to protect them from sudden price increases and provide them with greater decision-making power regarding where to seek care.

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Revolving Drug Insurance Fund

RDIF hopes to provide access to medicines to indigent members of PhilHealth and Organized Groups (OG) members by creating a mechanism through which qualified members can purchase their medicines from private pharmacies for a minimal co-payment. Private pharmacies are reimbursed by the RDIF.

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Health Education Advocacy on Radio (HEAR) Program

The Health Education Advocacy on Radio (HEAR) Program is an effort to educate the general public about common health issues, quality healthcare, proper maternal and child care, infectious diseases and lifestyle diseases, particularly for those living in remote areas of the Philippines.

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Hapinoy Healthcare Hub

Hapinoy, a network of small stores, which are owned and run by microfinancing borrowers, expanded the scope of products offered to include affordable, non-prescription, over-the-counter medicines.

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Botika ng Bayan (BNB)

In 2004, the PITC-Pharma Inc. (PPI), in coordination with the DOH and the FDA, launched the Botika ng Bayan (BNB) program which entails legally qualified privately-operated retail outlets nationwide to provide consumers low-cost and high-quality medicines.

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Secured Health Information Network and Exchange (SHINE)

SHINE is a multi-functional and synchronous system that attempts to facilitate the tasks of health service delivery networks using mobile phones and internet.

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Complete Treatment Pack Program (ComPack)

The Complete Treatment Pack Program (ComPack) was launched by the Philippine Department of Health in 2011 to ensure sustainable access to complete treatment regimens for the most common diseases in the country for poor and marginalized populations.

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RiteMed Initiative

RiteMed is a subsidiary set up by Unilab in 2002 with the mission of marketing and distributing quality, generic medicines to the poor. The company sells generic products for 20% –75% less than their branded counterparts cost.

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PhilHealth Link

PhilHealth LINK is a call center for PHilHealth members, a collaborative enterprise supported by provincial local government units (LGUs) who want to maximize reimbursement from PhilHealth so that LGU health facilities can have a steady revenue stream.

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Nexleaf Analytics

Nexleaf is a non-profit technology company that provides organizations, governments, and manufacturers sensors that are designed to provide real-time monitoring and data collection. Sensors are paired with cell-phone-based technologies to access important information from remote locations.

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MicroEnsure

MicroEnsure is an insurance intermediary that designs and implements insurance for the poor in low-and middle-income countries for over a decade. It is the world’s first and largest organization whose exclusive focus is to address the mass market’s need to mitigate risk.

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