Genesis medical scheme has won its legal battle with the Council of Medical Schemes over how to account for the funds in members’ medical savings
Spironolactone is effective for NYHA class III and IV heart failure and hypertension (4th or 5th line) but can be a difficult drug to use.
Scientists at the Imperial College London and DNA Electronics (DNAe) have developed an HIV test on a USB stick which accurately detects the virus. Scientists
Digitalization has brought a lot of changes in healthcare. The sphere of a physician-patient relationship has evolved from direct communication at the physician’s practice to
Antibiotics have been prescribed for the prevention and treatment of bacterial infections since the 1940s, but due to overuse, they need to be carefully monitored
Africa’s economic growth levels have resulted in increased spending power. Figures indicate that Africa’s middle class has more than tripled over the past 30 years.
GPs working in the National Health Insurance’s biggest pilot site say they won’t stay because of drug stock-outs, staff shortages and long queues Fewer than
Patrice Motsepe’s African Rainbow Capital (ARC) has set up a new company, ARC Health, to invest in reforming and restructuring SA’s private healthcare industry. It
The journey towards universal healthcare access is gaining momentum, firmly supported by South Africa’s largest restricted medical scheme. This was one of the key messages
Every year your medical scheme contribution increases sharply – often as much as double the CPI rate. Last week two schemes, Momentum Health and Discovery