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The National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) has uncovered that the authority has paid a great all-out of Ghs290, 890, 982.00 (Two Hundred and Ninety Million, Eight Hundred and Ninety Thousand, Nine Hundred and Eighty-Two Cedis) to its credentialed specialist co-ops in 2021 alone.
The installments, as indicated by the NHIA, were made between first January to 27th April in which public medical care offices got the most.
“Addressing 51.18 percent, Ghs148,888,834.25 was paid to the public medical care offices while private offices got Ghs80,993,592.48, estimated at 27.84 percent.
“Mission offices got Ghs57,081,609.49, meaning 19.62 percent while Quasipublic offices have been paid Ghs3,926,945.77, addressing 1.35 percent,” an assertion said.
The Chief Executive, Dr. Lydia Dsane-Selby promised in a prior meet that the NHIA esteemed the organization it has with medical care specialist co-ops and beseeched all medical care suppliers to make convenient case entries to take into consideration brief installments.
It will be reviewed that in 2020, the Private Health Facilities Association Ghana and the Medical Superintendents Group of Ghana (MSG), among others complimented the NHIA for the fast cases installments.