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16th Annual BHF Southern African Conference
Titanium Awards 2015: Winners announced
We all know exceptional people and heroes in the healthcare industry. It’s time the world knows about them too.
28 July 2015
Titanium award winners – a shining example to the healthcare industry
Universal Healthcare was the big winner at the inaugural Titanium awards ceremony, scooping three of the coveted accolades. The winners were announced at a gala event that concluded day one of the annual Board of Healthcare Funders’ (BHF) conference. BHF launched the awards earlier this year to recognise high standards in both sectors on the part of medical schemes, administrators, managed healthcare organisations, hospital groups, the pharmaceutical industry, healthcare practitioners and the industry as a whole. The nominees included entrants from all the SADC countries. Former Gauteng MEC, Dr Gwen Ramokgopa, presented the awards.
“BHF congratulates the winners and applauds the contribution they are making to excellence and high standards in our country. With people of this calibre, our healthcare system can only go from strength to strength,” said Zola Mtshiya, BHF Manager: Marketing, Branding and Communications. “In keeping with our conference theme of ‘Partnering for Success’, they are leading the way, having formed successful partnerships with the people and organisations they interact with.”
The winners are:
Titanium award for service to membership – open medical schemes:
CompCare Wellness Programme
Titanium award for service to membership – closed medical schemes:
Massmart Health Plan
Titanium award for service excellence – administrators:
Titanium award for service excellence – managed healthcare:
Titanium award for health facilities – public sector:
Titanium award for excellence in corporate social investment:
Clicks Helping Hand Trust
Titanium award for ‘young achiever’:
Dr Lungi Nyathi Insight Actuaries and Consultants
Titanium lifetime achievement award:
Professor Jan van der Merwe (Universal Healthcare)
Titanium award for advisory service excellence:
Alexander Forbes Health
“We applaud all the winners for the exceptional performance and innovation they bring to our industry,” concluded Mtshiya
Healthcare Accountability: Partnering for Success
Coordinate the industry in developing a roadmap for a healthcare system for the next generation to meet growing demand for high-quality healthcare
BHF Conference 2015 Presentations
Ethical Leadership: The key roles and responsibilities: Cynthia Schoeman |Download Here|
Transformation in Healthcare: Are we there yet? : Thulani Matsebula |Download Here|
Issued: 28 July 2015
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