Members of the public urged to share their thoughts on NHI Bill - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.

Gauteng Health MEC Dr. Bandile Masuku has urged members of the public to make use of the last leg of the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill public hearings to share ideas and raise their concerns.

22.2.2020

Members of the public urged to share their thoughts on NHI Bill Gauteng Health MEC Dr. Bandile Masuku has urged members of the public to make use of the last leg of the NHI Bill public hearings to share ideas and raise their concerns.

Gauteng Health MEC Dr. Bandile Masuku has urged members of the public to make use of the last leg of the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill public hearings to share ideas and raise their concerns.

Gauteng Health MEC Dr. Bandile Masuku has urged members of the public to make use of the last leg of theChairperson of the South African Medical Association, Dr. Angelique Coetzer explains more about the NHI and how it affects doctorsThe hearings will proceed to Gauteng’s West Rand and Ekurhuleni at the weekend until Monday.

The NHI Bill is a system of financing essential healthcare services to all South Africans, regardless of social standing.Meanwhile, one residents of Soshanguve who participated in the public hearings support the NHI, but another has criticise the government for failing to properly implement its pilot programmes.



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