SADC Healthcare Fraud Waste Abuse Indaba | 2018-03-13

In its effort to curb healthcare fraud, waste and abuse in the SADC region, the Healthcare Forensic Management Unit of the Board of Healthcare Funders of Southern Africa (BHF), cordially invites you to the SADC Healthcare Fraud, Waste & Abuse Indaba, to be held on the 28th of March 2018 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Rosebank, Johannesburg from 09h00 – 16h00.

The purpose of this Indaba is to offer a unique opportunity for professionals in the SADC to develop and strengthen their Anti-Fraud Framework Policies, using the South African Healthcare Forensic Management Unit (HFMU) as a case study. We strongly recommend that each organisation send representatives who are au fait with both the strategic objectives as well as operation management of their organisation.  Programme is accessible here.

Details of the SADC Healthcare Fraud, Waste & Abuse Indaba are as follows:


Wednesday, 28 March 2018.


09h00– 16h00 (Registration opens 08h30)


Crowne Plaza Hotel | Kwacha room


Click here to RSVP, Kindly respond by 26 March 2018.  


BHF members  - (Complimentary)

BHF Non-members – R700 Including VAT

19th Annual BHF Southern African Conference | 2017-12-01

Conference registration will open mid-March 2018.

The 19th Annual BHF Southern African Conference will be held at Sun City from the 17th-20th June 2018.

 As usual BHF has negotiated special early bird rates for all its delegates. These are available on a first come, first serve basis, offer ends on Thursday, 17 May 2018.

Please click here to access the BHF conference accommodation reservation page.



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