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Healthcare delivery in Western Region threatened

The Western Regional Directorate of the Ghana Health Service has warned that it would cease providing services to clients of the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) if the Authority did not settle its outstanding debts immediately. Dr. Emmanuel Tinkorang, Western Regional Health Director, pointed out that about 95 percent of their clients were NHIS card holders, therefore, the failure by the NHIA to immediately reimburse claims of service providers would pose serious challenges to healthcare services in the Region. He made this known at the Annual Performance Review Meeting of the Ghana Health Service in Takoradi, to take stock » Read More

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