Ghana: Mpharma, a Telehealth Pioneer Out of Ghana, Gets Physical With 100 Virtual Centers Across Africa

The potential for telehealth across Africa is vast and promising as mobile connectivity deepens, and innovations that could potentially bridge the doctor-patient ratio gap increase according to a Deloitte report.

One company that is planning to drive the wave of telemedicine across the continent, as the Covid-19 pandemic rages on, is mPharma, a Ghanaian health tech start-up that is set to open 100 virtual centers across seven markets in Africa over the next six months.

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