The days of business as usual within the private healthcare sector are over. As such, the theme chosen for this year’s conference is:
“Waves of Change. Oceans of Opportunity”.
The 15th Annual BHF Southern African Conference, to be held at the Durban ICC will focus on the tools required to achieve an efficiency-based, patient-centred private health system.
Maximizing value will be at the core of the conference programme which will offer workable solutions to areas of complexity, such as:
Opened by former president, Nelson Mandela in 1997, the Durban ICC was South Africa’s first International Convention Centre and has played a pioneering role in attracting international events to our shores since its inception.
The BHF Golf Challenge will be held at the world-renowned Durban Country Club on Sunday 24th August. Registration for this event will be opened in March 2014.
The Annual Global Healthcare Fraud Prevention Summit is being held for the first time in Africa. Running parallel with the BHF Conference the summit will be hosted by the BHF's Healthcare Forensic Management Unit.
We look forward to hosting you soon!
Online registration will open in March 2014.
BHF warns on lack of tariffs for healthcare service providers
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The BHF Trustee Training Programme 2014
The Trustee Training programme will be held in Johannesburg on the 25th of March and the 30th of September, and in Cape Town on the 30th of March and the 2nd of October.
This focused, comprehensive, one-day course provides in-depth information on the key areas relating to good governance of medical schemes. Highly relevant to trustees and those working within the private funding sector.
Click here to view the typical agenda.
Click here for the Registration Form.
To book a customised training session for your scheme, please contact Laura Beuthin on (011) 537-0233 or e-mail email@example.com
March is Consumer Awareness Month:
We will be posting articles of interest to the consumer:
Click here for more information on Generic Medication.
Click here to view the updated ICD10 Master Industry Table (MIT)
The HFMU is proud to announce that it now has an official tip-off line which can be used to report any unethical behaviour within the healthcare industry.
The telephone number is 080 TIP HFMU or 080 847 4368
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