Zimbabwe doctors say insurers owe 220 mln dollars, will now take cash only

Reuters, 16 June 2016
Author: MacDonald Dzirutwe
“Doctors in Zimbabwe will no longer accept patients with medical insurance from July 1 due to insurers owing them $220 million, the main doctors’ association said on Thursday, leaving thousands to pay cash or rely on underfunded state hospitals. The southern African nation has more than 20 registered health insurers serving about 800,000 members, according to the Association of Health Funders of Zimbabwe (AHFoZ), which represents health insurance firms.”
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