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17th Annual BHF Southern African Conference
Issued on: 20 February 2017
PR agencies are invited to submit a proposal to become the public relations Agency for the Board of Healthcare Funders of Southern Africa. Please click here to access the Invitation for PR proposal brief.
Proposals must be submitted by end of business 3 March 2017 for consideration. Proposals are to be submitted electronically (only) to Zola Mtshiya via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more details please contact BHF Marketing, Communications and Branding: 0829031856: 0115370236
Issued on: 13 February 2017
BHF in partnership with the Wits Business School proudly launches the new NQF aligned Trustee Training programme.
- One complimentary registration for one trustee per BHF member scheme delegate. Click here to register for the March intake. Click here to register for the October intake.
- Additional Trustees per BHF member scheme registered for the programme pay a reduced fee of R15 000.00 Including VAT. Click here to access the registration form for the March intake, kindly return your completed form to email@example.com Click here to download the registration form for the October intake, kindly return your completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- BHF Non-Members pay R25 000 including VAT. Click here to download the registration form for March intake. Click here to download the registration form for October intake. kindly return your completed form to email@example.com
Click here to view the programme outline for October intake.
BHF member regional meetings
BHF members are invited to attend the BHF regional meetings to be held on the 21 February 2017, at the Southern Sun Cullinan Hotel, 1 Cullinan Street, Waterfront, Cape Town, from 14h00-16h30. The Johannesburg leg will take place on 02 March 2017, at 54 on Bath Hotel, Rosebank, Johannesburg, from 13h00-16h00. For more details, please contact the BHF Marketing department on 011 537 0240.
The 18th Annual Southern African Conference
Issued on: 07 February 2017
Please note: Healthcare service providers who work in the healthcare public service industry. Please be advised that we are currently engaging the NDoH on Remunerative Work Outside the Public Service (RWOPS) and will keep you informed.
Road accidents hurt medical scheme, state
The Road Accident Fund faces huge claims as road death toll increased 5% over the 2016-17 festive season. Discovery Health Medical Scheme, SA’s largest medical aid provider, and the state’s Road Accident Fund (RAF) are paying dearly for SA’s high road death toll, which rose 5% over the 2016-17 festive season compared with a year ago.
Posted: 2017-01-12 14:01:19Read More
HIV home-testing kits at your corner chemist
Pharmacies are no longer prohibited from selling HIV self-test kits. The SA Pharmacy Council abolished the restriction on December 23.Francois Venter, deputy director of the Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute, said the law that had prevented pharmacies from selling HIV self-test kits but not other retailers was an “odd prohibition”.
Posted: 2017-01-10 14:01:10Read More
15 facts you should know about open medical schemes
How much do you really know about the inner workings of your medical scheme? Here are some quick facts on open medical schemes in SA.Whereas each scheme will readily provide you with the facts on themselves, not everyone has the time or the patience to go and do a comparative study.
Posted: 2017-01-10 13:01:27Read More
Are drug companies taking advantage of cancer angst?
Cancer treatments are poised to become the biggest earner in the pharmaceutical industry.Years before becoming a top cancer specialist, Eric Winer used to save money on his own medical care by talking US pharmacists into giving him expired treatments free of charge.
Posted: 2017-01-09 14:01:47Read More