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SAICA Jan 22
The CMS published the status of benefit options for open and restricted schemes approved with effect from 1 January 2020:
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Fatima Hassan Apr 1
Bizzare response. Travel ban.! *There is ltd movement being called for by and police and army on streets stopping people if they driving* Where is and Eish.
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SAICA Feb 11
The Council for Medical Schemes has proposed a levy on medical schemes for the 2020/21 year of R42.54 per principal member per year. Comments can be submitted by 21 February 2020:
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SAICA Jan 22
The Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) has published a circular on Low Cost Benefit Option & Demarcation Products:
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GenesisMedicalScheme May 5
The average contribution increase of the bigger medical schemes in South Africa is 9.9% for 2020, while ours is only 5.4%. Isn’t it time you changed ? SMS "gmed" to 31022.
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CMS Apr 3
The has received submissions on the impact the will have on the submission of the 2019 Annual Statutory Return and Annual Financial Statements. As a result submission deadlines have been adjusted.
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CMS Apr 10
The is implementing measures within the ambit of Medical Schemes Act to assist to adapt to the adverse effect of the pandemic, which threatens schemes’ ability to pay claims.
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Bowmans Apr 24
INSIGHTS 🇿🇦 | Head of & Regulatory, , partners Christine Rodrigues & Deirdre Phillips, & snr associate Kirsten Serrurier, outline 's draft exemption of insurers offering to .
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Neesa Moodley Apr 10
Now is definitely not the time to cut your medical aid!
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Consulta Jan 28
ranked 7th out of nine industry sectors polled in the , with an industry par of 72,9.
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Dimitri Clayton Mar 11
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Buddies for Life Mag Apr 14
Elsabé Klinck educates us on the basics of  and the that fall under .
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Board of Healthcare Funders May 21
Med schemes warn of ‘rebound’ as members avoid treatment for non-COVID19 illnesses
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Neesa Moodley Apr 25
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alimaG May 21
520 Black, Coloured & Indian Blacklisted by the 🇿🇦GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES MEDICAL SCHEME (GEMS) & check this LIST here👇🏾
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Polmed Official ZA Feb 10
is one of the most well-managed and sustainable in South Africa. Audited financial statements as at end December 2018 showed solvency sitting at 43.15% and operational costs or non-healthcare costs sitting at 3.74%
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Polmed Official ZA Feb 20
Unlike other , has for many years, spent all received member contributions on healthcare claims that benefit members and their dependants. View our full 2020 contributions guide here:
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Polmed Official ZA Feb 14
Unlike other which offer numerous and often complicated benefit options, offers only two options to members, namely: Aquarium and Marine Options. Learn more here:
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Grace Van Zyl May 12
Very sad news regarding the passing of Dr Mini, chairperson of the Council of Medical Schemes after contracting Covid19
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CMS Mar 26
Replying to @CMSCares4u
The , all SA , and related entities will be regarded as support to services and therefore need to operate some functions during the
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