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Typhoid fever, TB common among traditional caterers – Study

Typhoid fever and tuberculosis have been identified as the most common communicable diseases among traditional caterers popularly known in Ghana as “chop bar keepers”, according to a report carried by the Ghana News Agency (GNA). This revelation was made at a media sensitization forum in Sunyani. Speaking at the forum, …

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We shall settle all bills – NHIA

The National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) on Friday reiterated its commitment to all providers that it would settle all vetted bills submitted by accredited providers. A statement signed by Mr. Ras Boateng, Chief Executive Officer of the Authority, said it had come to its notice that some accredited private providers …

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Koforidua Hospital denies withdrawing services for NHIS

The Management of the Eastern Regional Hospital at Koforidua, has denied withdrawing its services for clients of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS). A statement issued in Koforidua and signed by Dr. E. Obeng Apori, Medical Superintendent and copied to the Ghana News Agency said “management has not withdrawn its …

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SSNIT increases pension

The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) on Monday announced a 16.2 per cent increase in pensions across board and an additional flat amount of GH 4.93 cedis for every SSNIT pensioner. A statement signed by Mr Kwaku Osei Bimpong, Head of Public Relations, SSNIT in Accra said the …

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The insurance industry and Ghana’s economy

Protection against the risks associated with everyday life is essential to everyone’s well­being and peace of mind. Insurable risks surround you in all walks of life, in some ways that you may be aware of and others that you may not be, such as: – Insuring your home and property …

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Regency Alliance launches insurance software

Regency Alliance Insurance Ltd., Ghana, an affiliate of Regency Insurance Plc, Nigeria, has launched its insurance software called the “Inspack” that integrates the company’s insurance packages to its customers and also offers integrated products. The product was launched during the first Board meeting of the company in Accra, December 5, …

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Ghana Reinsurance rated as stable

Ghana Reinsurance Company Ltd., (Ghana Re) has been assigned the financial strength rating of B and the issuer credit rating of “bb+” by A. M. Best Company Ltd. The outlook for both ratings is stable. According to reports, the rating of Ghana Re reflects the company’s strong risk-adjusted capitalisation and …

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