Award Categories

“A wise man should consider that health is the greatest of human blessings, and learn how by his own thought to derive benefit from his illnesses.” – Hippocrates

1. Titanium Award for Service to Membership

Open Medical Schemes

This Award will recognise and reward open medical schemes providing the best service to their members, based on a defined set of criteria. Organisations will submit a nomination together with a motivation and the entries will be adjudicated by an approved panel of judges.

Closed Medical Schemes

This Award will recognise and reward closed medical schemes providing the best service to their members, based on a defined set of criteria. Organisations will submit a nomination accompanied by a motivation and the entries will be adjudicated by an approved panel of judges.


2. Titanium Award for Service Excellence

Managed Health Care

This Award will be awarded to the Managed Health Care organisation providing superior service excellence to their clients based on an agreed set of criteria. The Managed Health Care organisation will submit an entry for final judging by an approved panel of judges.

Administrators

This Award will be awarded to the Administrator organisation providing superior service excellence to their clients based on an agreed set of criteria. The Administrator will submit an entry for final judging by an approved panel of judges.


3. Titanium Award for Health Facilities

Private Sector

Individual Health Facilities to enter this category and provide a motivation based on a set of pre-determined criteria. Adjudication will be carried out by an approved panel of judges.

Public Sector

Public Health Facilities may enter this category and provide a motivation based on a set of pre-determined criteria. Adjudication will be carried out by an approved panel of judges


4. Titanium Award for Excellence in Corporate Social Investment

The Titanium Award for Excellence in Corporate Social Investment will be open to any organisation operating within the healthcare industry. Those organisations making a difference are welcome to enter this category and provide an entry submission outlining the contribution they are making to the upliftment of communities and improvement of South African lives and the environment. An approved panel of judges will decide on the winner.


5. Titanium Award for Young Achiever

In an effort to promote the industry to young professionals, BHF recognises the contribution that young achievers make to the healthcare industry and to the future of the medical profession.

A colleague or co-worker may make a submission for any individual who is 35 years or younger on 1 January 2016. This Young individual should show great leadership ability, have a proven academic record and meet a set of defined criteria. Entries can be submitted, with the consent of the nominated individual, and should include a full motivation. Judging will take place by an approved panel of judges.


6. Dr Humphrey Zokufa Lifetime Achievement Award

Any individual who has made a significant contribution to the healthcare industry over a number of years is eligible to be entered for this Dr Humphrey Zokufa Lifetime Achievement Award. Entries can be submitted, with the consent of the nominated individual, and should include a full motivation. Judging will take place by an approved panel of judges.


7. Health Journalist of the year Titanium Award

This category acknowledges health journalists and reporters who have contributed towards creating awareness of industry news by disseminating news and information on healthcare issues to a wide audience, and going the extra mile to explore non-traditional channels of communication to reach a wider audience.


8. Titanium Award for Advisory Services Excellence

This award will recognise healthcare consultancies providing superior service excellence to their clients, both corporate and individual, based on an agreed set of criteria. The consultancy will submit an entry for final judging by an approved panel of judges.

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