Your health care, your choice The Nammed Medical Aid Fund is taking the first bold steps towards implementing the Nammed 2025 project to simplify medical aid options in Namibia, as senior officer Gert Grobler told us. Writer: Jack Salter | Project manager: Callam Waller The 2025 Project is working toRead More →

Australia’s former deputy chief medical officer, Dr Nick Coatsworth, believes the spread of Omicron and vaccination coverage will enable the world’s population to build immunity against COVID-19. Australia’s former deputy chief medical officer has said the coronavirus pandemic will “end” in 2022. Dr Nick Coatsworth believes the world’s population willRead More →

The latest business intelligence report on Personalized Medical Care Market The size provides a detailed industry outlook for 2021-2026. He discusses effective growth strategies for the future by considering the key growth catalysts, compensation prospects and barriers affecting industry dynamics. Summary: According to experts, the personalized medical care market sizeRead More →

The Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) has released its annual industry report, showing how registered medical schemes in South Africa weathered the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. In the report, the CMS also gives a breakdown of industry data across all medical plans, including the number of beneficiaries attached to theRead More →

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues across the country, hospitals are inundated with spikes in cases of patients admitted for pre-existing conditions who have gone untreated during the pandemic. “The main concern and what we are really stressed with in our daily practices right now is really the general deconditioning thatRead More →

Dr. Peter Hollmann ’76 MD ’79, Chief Medical Officer of Brown Medicine and Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, was recently elected President of the American Geriatrics Society. The American Geriatrics Society is a “national, not-for-profit society of geriatric health professionals dedicated to improving the health, independence and quality ofRead More →

Medical Aid Societies Raise Fees Zimbabweans seeking health care will have to pay more for health insurance, as medical aid societies have increased dues in recent months for members paying in local currency. Some plans have increased contributions by more than 100% for businesses and individuals. Although some medical aidRead More →

CLEVELAND–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Medical Mutual was named the healthiest employer of its size in Ohio and was ranked 33rd nationally on the 100 Healthiest Workplaces list. According to Springbuk, the health analytics firm that runs the Healthiest Employers Awards program, the rankings reflect a company that makes employee wellbeing a top priorityRead More →

CLEVELAND–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Medical Mutual has partnered with major Ohio health systems to make the MedFlex Network available to employer groups of all sizes and funding types. Offered as an HMO, MedFlex provides enrolled members with access to affordable, high-quality health care in more than 70 Ohio counties without incurring out-of-network fees.Read More →