Health Promotion Director Says National Health Insurance Is For Everyone – InsuranceNewsNet
Director of Health Promotion and Education
Njai said this in an interview with this reporter amid the ongoing mass registration to find out if the documents submitted for the registration process will be kept safe and protected.
“We know that out-of-pocket expenses are very high and to reduce them we need to introduce the national health insurance scheme. To join the scheme, you need to get the membership card,” he said. He said currently they are registering those who have birth certificates.
“Those who have birth certificates and are between 0 and 17 years old must be registered by their parents because they are minors,” he said. that the required documents are child welfare card and birth certificate to be presented for registration, adding that these are documents that are prepared, scanned and stored in the system.
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“At the beginning, people did not have clear information about registration. This led some people to register with an unstamped Alkalo certificate. They did not know that the certificates had to be stamped by the mayor (in KMC and
He said they explained to people that documents are legal and when dealing with such legal documents they must adhere to all procedures, and as such he explained to people that when the Alkalo does the certificate, it must be approved. by the mayor or stamped by the chief.
“The insurance will accompany everyone and can be used by the registered person at any time in government hospitals. foreigners, to take our papers”, he advised.