Our previous article on prescribed minimum benefits (PMBs) highlighted some challenges medical schemes face about the the “pay in full” regime.
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Genesis Medical Scheme has once again been at the forefront of putting its members in control of their medical aid benefits and affairs.
Prescribed Minimum Benefits (PMBs) were introduced to prevent unfunded dumping on the state and to improve efficiency and cash flow for public hospitals.
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According to a recent judgement of the Supreme Court of Appeal, all medical schemes have to pay PMB benefits in full in the private sector.
Different strokes for different folks, but why is Peter paying R5 967 for his hospital plan, but Paul only R3 465?
When selecting a medical scheme benefit option, one of the most important considerations is the level of in-hospital (risk) cover you are buying.
There has been some controversy about the funding of Prescribed Minimum Benefit (PMB) claims for Genesis members.
Members of Genesis Medical Scheme can once again look forward to enhanced benefits in 2016.
Hospital plans are designed to provide cover for private healthcare funding for the unknown or unexpected and expensive mishaps in life.