In very-low-income communities across Africa, patients live on $1-3 per day and can struggle to afford even basic treatment. Primary care clinics serving these communities have to operate extremely low-margin businesses in order to provide healthcare to patients while keeping their businesses afloat.
Clinics lose a lot of money through inefficient management. They run everything on paper – it’s cumbersome, tedious and messy.
Poor clinic management results in serious gaps in healthcare for patients – unavailable treatments, long waits, high drug prices and ultimately restricted access to care as clinics close their doors for good.
Right-sized ordering lowers prices and reduces waste.
Easy accountability keeps inventory safe from theft.
Eliminating inventory stockouts lets clinics capture all patient demand, which is good for business. (And patients benefit from a reliable pharmacy, which is good for healthy outcomes.)
Automation means less time taking inventory, filling out reports, or digging around for patient bills.
That means more time to see and treat patients. Providers can do more, patients can get more.
Banda Go helps clinics run stable businesses. That means improved access to care for vulnerable communities:
Faster service. Clinics don’t waste time on paperwork, and they have what they need to treat patients.
Continuity of care. Clinics stay in business for the long-term, and are able to put money back into the business to expand services over time.