The National Health care insurance Authority (NHIA)didn’t meet its target of registering over 700,000 members during the Central Region in 2014.
Mr Francis Oti Frempong, the Regional Director from the NHIA said this on a three-day performance review conference organized by way of the Central Regional Directorate of the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) at Winneba.
Fifty-two participants, consisting of scheme managers, accountants, public relation officers, and data communication technology managers, drawn from the 13 schemes in the market took part in.
Issues discussed include, biometric registration, financial positions of your schemes, providers/schemes relationship, staffing, logistics, sensitization challenges, and methods to achieve the set goals with the year 2015.
Opening the conference on Wednesday, Mr Frempong praised workers with the NHIA in your neighborhood regarding their high sense of commitment, and preparedness to accept the battle to market the aims and objectives with the NHIA policy, in the effective implementation of the biometric registration and renewal system.
Mr Frempong announced how the region recorded when using 663,611 new memberships recently, compared to the targeted 866,831 clients planned with the period under review.
He attributed the region’s failure to offer the expected number for 2014 towards the introduction with the biometric system in the first quarter of the past year.
Mr Frempong gave the reassurance that the region would record 100 % with the new target of 729,978 fresh members there are set itself at the moment, because NHIA workers in your community have vowed to meet the mark through effort and deeper commitment towards official duties.
The Regional Director assured NHIA workers approximately the Authority’s determination to provide these the much-expected incentives to motivate hardworking schemes to be certain increased productivity.