Medics, teachers demand new NHIF board
15 August 2012, 07:48
Nairobi – The Kenya Medical Association (KMA) has threatened to mobilise health facilities to stop offering services to Civil Servants and teachers if NHIF does not pay up claims to facilities in the next seven days.
This comes amidst allegations of corruption and misappropriation of funds by the NHIF caretaker board.
Addressing a press conference, KMA Chairman Elly Nyaim said the national health insurer had defaulted payment to facilities since the caretaker board to office in May.
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