• Are you a medical scheme trustee?
  • Do you work in the healthcare environment?
  • Are you looking to upskill yourself?
  • Are you a principal officer of a medical scheme?
  • Are you a practitioner engaged in medical scheme activities?

If so then the BHF Wits Business School is a programme designed just for you.

In an ever-changing environment, trustees are increasingly required to demonstrate how they govern medical schemes and keep their defined knowledge up to date. This NQF Level 07 training is offered by BHF and Wits Business School and is open to all in the SADC.

Register today:

Tel: 011 537 0270          WhastApp helpline: 074 257 1236


This NQF level 07 will advance your understanding on:

  • Environment of business landscape
  • The law relating to medical schemes
  • Ethical leadership
  • Role of trustees
  • Responsibilities of trustees
  • History of medical aids
  • Fraud, waste and abuse in healthcare
  • Health finance
  • Principles and practice of governance: King III practices
  • Health governance in South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland, Zimbabwe and Malawi.

September intake:

Four-day programme:

  • 17th September • 18th September
  • 20th September • 21th September


How gender-responsive are the world’s most influential global health organisations?

A new landmark report launched this year reveals that only a select group of the world’s top global health organisations place gender equality at the heart of their operations, both programmatically and institutionally.
The Global Health 50/50 Report,  first of its kind, provides a thorough review of gender-related policies of more than 140 major organisations working in and/or influencing the field of global health.  The report was developed by Global Health 50/50, an independent initiative housed by the University College London Centre for Gender and Global Health.

Gender equality has seemingly been embraced as a priority in global health however, there is growing concern that too few global health organisations walk the talk by defining, programming, resourcing or monitoring gender, either as a determinant of health, or as a driver of career equality in their own workplaces. How is your organisation doing?


We would like to inform you of the interruption to the PCNS website.

Delivering quality health services: A global imperative for universal health coverage

World Health Organization (WHO), Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and the World Bank Group have released a global report that describes the essential role of quality in the delivery of health care services.
As nations commit to achieving universal health coverage by 2030, there is a growing acknowledgement that optimal health care cannot be delivered by simply ensuring coexistence of infrastructure, medical supplies and health care providers.
Improvement in health care delivery requires a deliberate focus on quality of health services, which involves providing effective, safe, people-centred care that is timely, equitable, integrated and efficient. Quality of care is the degree to which health services for individuals and populations increase the likelihood of desired health outcomes and are consistent with current professional knowledge.