BHF Wits Business School Trustee Development Programme | 2018-12-01

BHF invites medical scheme trustees, principal officers and those working in the healthcare environment to register for the NQF level 07 accredited BHF & Wits Business School Trustee Development that will equip students with tools and strategies on how to improve the health status of medical scheme members; the roles & responsibilities of trustees; ethical leadership; environment of business landscape; the law relating to medical schemes; history of medical schemes; fraud, waste & abuse; health finance; health governance; principles and practice of governance: King IV practices. 

September  in-take

This four-day programme will take place on the following dates: 16th to 17th September 2019 and 18th  and 19th September 2019.  Exams will take place on the 23 September 2019 with an option to travel back to SA & write on 14 October 2019. Click here to register for September in-take


Register now for BHF & Wits Business School Trustee Development Programme

With governance being key in solving some of the challenges that our country is facing at the moment, it is imperative to keep abreast of governance trends and skills required of the Board of Director.  Medical scheme stakeholders are urged to register for the NQF level 07 accredited Trustee Development Programme presented by the Board of Healthcare Funders of Southern Africa in partnership with the Wits Business School.

Congratulations to the Winners of 2019 Titanium Awards

23 July 2019: Cape Town, South Africa: The fifth edition of the Titanium Awards saw the inclusion of a new category known as the Best Paper Award. The award seeks to promote a balance of scientific rigour and relevance to the industry so that science is accessible to member trustees. Shivani Ranchod became the first winner of the Best Paper Award.

NHI Bill

To achieve universal access to quality health care services in the Republic in accordance with section 27 of the Constitution; to establish a National Health Insurance Fund and to set out its powers, functions and governance structures; to provide a framework for the strategic purchasing of health care services by the Fund on behalf of users; to create mechanisms for the equitable, effective and efficient utilisation of the resources of the Fund to meet the health needs of the population; to preclude or limit undesirable, unethical and unlawful practices in relation to the Fund and its users; and to provide for matters connected herewith.