During the HASA 2017 Conference leaders from the public and private sectors will participate in a panel discussion on the private sector’s responses to NHI.
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Chair of PHIN, Andrew Vallance-Owen, talks about the importance of collecting and publishing quality standardised data to improve patient outcomes.
The Acting Chief Executive of the National Hospital Network, and past Chief Executive and current Board member of HASA, Kurt Worrall-Clare, has passed away.
Shivani Ranchod explains why we need to think differently about National Health Insurance (NHI) in order to achieve universal healthcare coverage (UHC).
The HASA 2017 Conference has invited a number of speakers to explore the potential and learnings of public-private partnerships gained elsewhere.
HASA has hit back at Eskom for initiating power cuts in two municipalities in Mpumalanga, saying that it may seriously affect private and public hospitals.
HASA is disappointed with reports quoting the HPSCA's Dr Kgosi Letlape as saying that “medical aids are a crime against humanity.”
HASA has welcomed the review of the Prescribed Minimum Benefits (PMBs) while cautioning the CMS to not unduly reduce patient protections and benefits.
HASA notes with concern that the OECD-WHO study that claims private hospital costs in South Africa are expensive continues to be presented publicly as fact.
Private healthcare spending has increased by more than 300% in the past 12 years, says Health Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi.
The Hospital Association of South Africa (HASA), which represents about 80% of the private sector, has elected a new board for the coming year.