Pharmacy Law and Medical Law Practitioner
Mpho Khoele is a practicing advocate of the High Court of South Africa, a member of the Johannesburg Society of Advocates as well as of the Pharmacy Council of South Africa.
She has extensive experience, more than fifteen years, in the pharmacy industry as a Medicine Policy Assistant and an IT Clinical Assistant. The scope of these positions included: the honing of project management skills, establishing processes within the company that were used in the projects initiated, a well-rounded industry awareness by building good relationships with various key players in the pharmacy and medical aid industry, furthermore, analytical skills and knowledge of scheme formularies pricing, and medicine.
LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mpho-b-khoele/
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