How does the South African public, and more particularly the members of medical schemes, view our country’s general practitioners (GPs)?
Ever wondered who pays the monthly commission for medical aid brokers?
Members of medical schemes in South Africa, whether they are individual members or belong to company medical aid schemes, are grappling with annual contribution increases.
According to the Medical Schemes Act, medical schemes may impose what is called a late joiner penalty.
A heavily pregnant lady arrived at hospital admissions wanting to be admitted.
2015 has started badly with the senseless death of innocent people in Paris – some of whom were merely expressing an opinion.
Choosing one of the hospital plans in South Africa for you and your family can be a daunting task.
There are approximately 3.9 million people that are fortunate enough to belong to a medical scheme in South Africa.
Mediese fonds makelaars en hul kommissie-verdienste bly steeds ietwat van ‘n “warm besprekingspunt” te wees.
Medical aid broker commission continue to be something of a “hot topic”.
Genesis Medical Scheme’s 2015 average contribution increase is once again at an all time low of only 5.3%*.
Since July 2010 with the demise of the National Health Reference Price List (NHRPL), there has been no uniform standard for medical aid tariffs.