BHF proudly presents the third edition of The Healthcare Forum on the 09th of June 2017 at BHF offices. The session will be hosted by mentors and business leaders from within and outside the healthcare industry who will share their insights and counsel on burning industry issues, regulation and business challenges, as well as how their own career journeys have evolved. As space is limited, please RSVP via email to Mary Manamela: firstname.lastname@example.org the 05th June 2017.
Plans are well underway for the 18th BHF Annual Southern African Conference and we are pleased to invite you to this prestigious event, to be held once again in the beautiful City of Cape Town. This year’s event is scheduled to be held from the 16th-19th July in Cape Town at the International Convention Centre. Entitled; Private Sector embracing Universal Healthcare, the theme for this year is centred around how the private sector can embrace the move towards Universal Healthcare (UHC), focusing on actionable strategies that the sector can start implementing, in preparation for NHI.
A medical app, Medici, that is said to be revolutionising the doctor-patient relationship, is now available in South Africa. The next-generation secure messaging app enables users to communicate virtually with medical providers via text, call, or video.
South Africa’s private healthcare industry is patiently awaiting news or findings from the Competition Commission’s (CompCom) health market inquiry (HMI).
There is some controversy about alternative reimbursement models in the commercial healthcare industry. Global fees contracts - where a single payment is made to a healthcare team to cover all costs including hospitals, either monthly, or for a defined episode of care such as hip surgery - have attracted most of the attention.