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- The online system was launched for the supply of medicines in Kerala.
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Yes, an online system for the supply of medicines was launched in Kerala, India in 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The system, called ‘Jeevan Rekha,’ was launched by the Kerala Medical Services Corporation (KMSCL) and allows patients to order medicines online and have them delivered to their homes.
Patients can register on the Jeevan Rekha website and upload their prescriptions. The medicines will be dispensed by KMSCL-approved pharmacies and delivered by Kudumbashree workers, who are members of a women’s self-help group.
The online system aims to provide a safe and convenient way for patients to access their medications without having to leave their homes, reducing the risk of exposure to COVID-19. The system is also expected to be particularly helpful for elderly or immobile patients, who may find it difficult to visit a physical pharmacy.
Overall, the online system for the supply of medicines in Kerala is a welcome initiative that could improve access to healthcare for many people in the state.