Accredited insurers with the National Medical care insurance Scheme (NHIS) within the Awutu-Effutu Senya area have gotten cheques for outstanding claims.
A total amount of GH3,180,739.24 continues to be released from the National Medical health insurance Authority (NHIA) for the handling of the Awutu-Effutu Senya branch within the NHIA for that settlement of the debts.
Mr Sampson Agyir Nyakoh, the Manager on the Awutu-Effutu Senya Area branch from the NHIA, who disclosed this for the Ghana News Agency, said with all the payment on the outstanding claims the NHIA had fully settled every one of the unpaid claims owed to NHIS providers in the region within the January 2014 to December 2014 operational period.
He asked the clients to challenge any professional who might have used debts to deny them services.
Mr Nyakoh advised premium holders in the scheme to not hesitate to report any bad treatment by company, on the grounds that as partners in nation-building, providers also had their role to spend time playing to make sure total success within the Medical health insurance Policy.
Dr Edwin Ampadu of Bethel Community Clinic at Kasoa described the NHIS like a useful policy which should be sustained to fulfill the medical needs of Ghanaians, particularly poor and also the vulnerable.
Some clients, within an interview, praised government entities for your details reveals the funds and appealed for adequate funds to guide the NHIS Policy to generate healthcare affordable.