Minicheps Visual Art. [All Images | Courtesy] Kenyans have experienced severally the hands of creative and unmatched skills of Catherine Jepkemboi who goes by the public name Minicheps. Minicheps has grown widely in such a short time gaining a huge audience and following on various social media platforms.
The National Hospital Insurance Fund NHIF today have sent an important message to all Kenyans. According to National Hospital Insurance Fund His Excellency Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta has Commissioned the Integrated Molecular Imaging center, Hospitality and Accommodation wing at Kutrrh. According to NHIF the president has applauded the project that will really help Kenyans in the diagnosis of diseases, prevention and also treatment of cancer.
President Uhuru Kenyatta arrived today after concluding his US tour. After few hours the Head of State commissioned the new Integrated Molecular Imaging Center and Hospitality Center at the Kenyatta University Teaching, Referral and Research Hospital. The president said that the launch of the facility has added another arrow in the country's quaver 8n its journey towards quality health care for its people.
The National Hospital Insurance Fund is a Kenya government state corporation with a mandate to provide health insurance to Kenyans. The main business and mandate for National Hospital Insurance Fund is to provide accessible, affordable, sustainable and quality health insurance for all Kenyans. Today in this article am going to inform you how you can be able to know the status of your NHIF card.
National Hospital Insurance Fund NHIF is always committed to ensure that each an every Kenyan get universal health care. Today according to the source, the National Hospital Insurance Fund is in hot soup after the Parliament questioned them on how they can be able to provide cover to the prison police officers.
The National Hospital Insurance Fund NHIF is accountable for paying the payments for all Kenyans who have the National Hospital Insurance Fund, and it is nevertheless active. Today the National Hospital Insurance Fund NHIF has despatched a necessary message to all Kenyans regarding incorrect payment. According to the National Hospital Insurance Fund, you can rectify misguided price via journeying to the nearest National Hospital Insurance Fund workplace with your countrywide Identification card and the transactions receipt.
Kenyans have angrily reacted after members of parliament passed a bill to make NHIF compulsory for every citizen. The bill further requires every Kenyan who has attained the age of 18 and above be making a mandatory monthly contribution of Ksh. 500 to the National Hospital Insurance Fund.
safaricom app photo (courtesy) National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) is a primary provider of health insurance in Kenya. This big Company in partnership with Safaricom have launched a mini NHIF app today within the Mpesa app. NHIF users now have an opportunity to access their services through the Mpesa app without having to download NHIF app or visiting NHIF offices.
If you have lost your National Hospital Insurance Fund you can be able to get a replacement by paying Kenya Shilling 100 at either KCB bank mear you, National bank near you, Equity bank near you or Co-operative bank. When you are paying the cash ensure that you inform the bank teller that you are paying for the National Hospital Insurance Fund card replacement.
NHIF is the primary of Health insurance in Kenya. The main mandate is to ensure that anyone with the card get quality and also affordable health services. The National Hospital Insurance Fund is established under the section three of the National Hospital Insurance Fund Act. For all those who have the card it is a requirement to have the card.
National Hospital Insurance Fund, NHIF is usually dedicated to furnish low-priced clinic prices to all Kenyans. National Hospital and Insurance Fund these days has despatched a message to all Kenyans regarding the maternity care. National Hospital Insurance Fund has knowledgeable Kenyans that the NHIF card can be capable to cowl your maternity cover.
The National Assembly passed the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) Amendment Bill which makes healthcare affordable to many. The Ammendment Bill proposes to lower health insurance contributions for Kenyans who are 18 years and above to Sh500 per month. Members of Parliament are mooting revoking of the petroleum development fund citing lack of accountability in the implementation of the levy fund.
When your National Hospital Insurance Fund NHIF card is not active your medical bills will not be paid for. If you do not know the status of your card you have been asked to send your national Identification number to 21 101 and you will know if your card is active or not.
If you have a National Hospital Insurance Fund card and it is not at all active it means that you will not be able to access free medical care in any hospital in Kenya. To know if your National Hospital Insurance Fund NHIF is active or not do the following.
Just days after National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) announced it will cut benefits to reduce costs, MPs have approved amendments to NHIF act making it compulsory for every household to pay ksh6000 per year. Will the government jail those who can’t afford/refuse to pay?to NHIF.
National Hospital Insurance Fund NHIF is mandated to provide affordable, accessible and also sustainable medical cover to all. To know if your Huduma Card is active or not do the following: Step 1) Go to the messaging app on your phone. Step 2) In the New Message type your national Identification card number starting with the word ID.
All Kenyans will be compelled to be members of the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) with employers toping up contributions of those who pay less than Sh500 monthly. MPs last evening approved changes to the NHIF Act, which now makes it compulsory for every Kenyan above 18 years to contribute to the fund.
To know whether your National Hospital Insurance Fund NHIF card is active or not send your identification number to 21101 and you will be able to know if your National Hospital Insurance Fund card is active or not. If your card is not active and the reason is lack of payment you will be required to pay a fee of ksh.
A National Hospital Insurance Fund card is a card that is used to assist Kenyans to pay the hospital bills. To know if your National Hospital Insurance Fund NHIF card is active or not do the following; Step 1) Open the messaging app on your phone. Step 2) Go and type the Identification number that you used to register for the National Hospital Insurance Fund.
Deputy President William Ruto has approached Members to pass proposed changes to the wellbeing laws that would see a significant change of medical services in the country. The corrections to the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) Act and Health Act won't just see the presentation of a required widespread medical services for all Kenyans over the age of 18, however will likewise see the Fund reducing down on certain expenses.