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First Mutual Health’s Biometrics Technology to improve service delivery

BY Donald Chidoori First Mutual Health has upgraded to biometrics technology with the primary objective of improving service delivery. The process of enrolment and activation into the new system began on 02 May 2017, and...

Insurance firms to publish results

BY Tinashe Makichi The Insurance and Pension Commission will soon require all insurance companies to publish their financial statements. IPEC commissioner Tendai Karonga yesterday said the move is aimed at instilling market discipline as there will be transparency...

First Mutual Health (FML) upgrades to Biometric Technology

First Mutual Health announced on its Official Facebook that it has upgraded their Health Management I.T system as a way of improve service delivery. “The new system utilises a Biometric identification method,” FML said on...

Zimbabwean medical aid society to use biometrics technology to combat fraud

In a move to combat fraud and to strengthen internal control systems and security, a leading medical aid society in Zimbabwe plans to introduce biometrics to safeguard member funds. Biometrics are technologies that are used...

Senior citizen arrested for pension fraud

A 67-YEAR-OLD Harare pensioner appeared in court on Saturday charged with trying to dupe the Public Service Commission’s pensions office after he allegedly re-applied for pension reimbursement contributions he had already received. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE Simon...

Medical Aid schemes: How to avoid shortfalls

By Donald Tafadzwa Chidoori Everyone who has ever joined a Medical Aid Scheme (MAS) does so to cover a rainy day. Actually the reason why people have health insurance in the first place is to...

Nssa mulls domestic workers pension

HARARE ­ The National Social Security Authority (Nssa) is mulling a pension cover scheme for domestic workers this year, an official with the organisation said. Nssa general manager Elizabeth Chitiga last week said the scheme, the...

Firm Promises Transformation of Medical services in Zimbabwe

Firm to introduce bio-metric membership cards Says NO to shortfalls More Zimbabweans to access medical cover BY Donald Chidoori   A leading medical aid society has reiterated its commitment to, “championing the delivery of accessible, affordable...

Resuscitate Ekusileni, NSSA implores specialist doctors

BY Paidamoyo Chipunza The National Social Security Authority (NSSA) has challenged local specialist doctors to group up and operationalise Ekusileni Medical Centre in Bulawayo, which has been lying idle for the past 13 years. The...

Cimas well placed to retain market leader position

In 1999 Cimas reached their peak, when they had over 400 000 members, however those numbers came down in a thud in 2008 to 2009, resulting in it having about 2 000 members. Cimas...
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