Pinzón on medicines law: “That it translates into a timely supply for Panamanians”

The president of the Federation of Chronic Diseases, Emma Pinzón, spoke on Radio Panama about the approval of the Medicines Law and said that there are patients who have died waiting for the medicine, so the purchasing processes must be streamlined.

I indicate that the Law establishes that when you buy the product, if it works, you pay 100%, but if it doesn’t work, you pay 50%.

I also highlight the importance of the joint purchase between the Minsa and the Social Security Fund. which are at least 500 people with chronic, critical and degenerative diseases who are waiting for their medications. Through the Social Security Fund there are about 250 and the same in the Ministry of Health.

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