The Medicines Access Program of DOH-NCPAM caters to the medicinal needs of patients who cannot afford treatment for their illnesses. This is in partnership with different private stakeholders as an answer to Millenium Development Goal 8e. Cancer meds are being given for free to patients with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL) through the Cancer Warrior Foundation and to Breast Cancer Stage I-IIIA Patients through the Philippine Cancer Society Inc.. Entitlements are also given to kids with rare illnesses through the Philippine Cancer Society of Orphan Diseases. We also have innovator medicines like Insulin and Alpha-Adrenergic Blocker for Diabetics and Hypertensive Patients, respectively to be provided at a very reduced price in government hospitals.
- 2019 Progress Report
- Training and Policy Symposium on Health Technology Assessment (HTA): Selecting the Highest Value of Care
- Inclusion of additional medicines in the Philippine National Formulary Manual for Primary Healthcare
- Revision in the specifications of multivitamins and amino acid solutions for infants in the Philippine National Formulary
- Clarification on the specifications of lactulose in the Philippine National Formulary
- Prioritization of 2019 Philippine National Formulary Applications