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A letter to the NHIS on moving towards financial security, exploiting generic drug pricing, and digitization – Part 2

Dear NHIS,
It’s me again trying to be a citizen helper. I have been wondering why we still have manual claims for pharmaceutical and medical reimbursement and capitation? In this era of computational software and Apps, this can’t just be right.

A letter to the NHIS on moving towards financial security, exploiting generic drug pricing, and digitization – Part 1

Dear NHIS,

You cannot continue to have a high budget for medicines whilst trying to clear your historic debt. No insurance scheme has survived with a recurrent drug budget of more than 28%. To continue that way means you have little of your capital inflows to invest and nothing left to clear your debt.

AGEING; LEARNING FROM THE MISTAKES OF YESTERYEAR’S GENERATION. Photo credit - Shutterstock

"No age of life is inglorious. Youth has its merits, but living to a ripe old age is the true statement of value. Aging is the road that we take to discern our character. Fame and fortune can elude us, but our character is immortal. We must encounter a sufficient variety of experiences including both failures and accomplishments in order to gain nobility of character." Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

BLISSFULLY GHANAIAN; THANKING OUR MAKER WHILST HEALTH AND SAFETY IS THROWN TO THE DOGS

According to Dr Rob Long “The use of silly and meaningless safety language matters, it creates a distraction and delusion that safety and risk are being addressed. We may feel good about speaking such words but they dumb down culture and distract people from taking safety seriously.”

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