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Why making NHIF mandatory is no cure for high medical bills

FINANCIAL STANDARD

Experts argue while it will raise contributions, it will end up limiting benefits, with patients being forced to pay out of pocket for some services.

Why making NHIF mandatory  is no cure for high medical bills

By Graham Kajilwa | 3 days ago

‘Unnecessary’ hospital visits add to health insurers’ costs

‘Unnecessary’ hospital visits add to health insurers’ costs

Firms cite dental and optical as the most misused covers, with beneficiaries seeking needless services to justify premiums.

Graham Kajilwa | 10 days ago

Step up gains made in the fight against Covid-19 pandemic

Gains in the fight against this virus should result in increased access to high-quality health care.

Charles Onyango | 1 month ago

Makueni County: For Sh500 yearly, all treatment, even surgeries are free

The ‘Kivutha Kibwana Card’ has seen residents enjoy affordable services as Universal Health Care takes root.

Beldeen Waliaula | 1 month ago

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