MedHealth Donates Towards Covid-19 Relief Through SMD

MedHealth has cemented its commitment to serving and saving peoples’ lives by donating 5 million kwacha to Society of Medical Doctors (SMD) for Covid-19 fight. In his remarks MedHealth chief operation officer Dr Mcfeston Sharrif said, “We are partner to the government and we live and trade in a society that is under siege, so these factors are enough for us to join forces with the government to win the battle”.


Reacting to the donation after receiving the cheque, SMD president Dr Victor Mithi: “We are encouraged with the way well-wishers are responding to calls for support. It is with such spirit that the battle can be won”.

National Covid-19 Preparedness and Response Plan was launched by the government on April 2020. Medhealth as a local medical aid scheme is committed to meeting its corporate social responsibility by making sure that it gives back to its valued customers, this is one amongst many of its efforts of reaching out to its clients in their times of need.

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MedHealth Launches Mobile APP




Medhealth has launched a mobile APP that will enable its members to access their benefits at the comfort of their phones.  This Mobile App allows members to check their benefit limits, to request for service approvals, and submit their claims  without physically visit MedHealth Offices. This App is for all Scheme members and is available on google playstore.

 The medhealth mobile app also doubles as an interactive memebership card which members can use it at all authorized healthCare facilities. 


By Medhealth media team 



MedHealth drills service providers

One of the country’s health insurance firms, MedHealth Limited, has underscored the need for healthcare providers to understand the health insurance business.
MedHealth Chief Executive Officer, Bright Kamanga, said this after the firm conducted seminars in Blantyre, Lilongwe and Mzuzu aimed at enlightening hospital administrators on the firm’s operations
“Our approach to business is unique and we would like to assure our service providers that we will ensure they are satisfied with our services, including claims settlement.
“We would also like to encourage the service providers to be active in preventing fraud, waste and abuse which are killing our business” he said.
The seminars were facilitated by Financial Consultancy Services.
Financial Consultancy Services Chief Financial Consulting Officer, Ernest Mangani, said interactive meetings are critical in strengthening the bond between MedHealth and service providers.
“This information is critical to service providers who represent MedHealth in delivery of high quality services to its members. The seminars have equipped the service providers with information on general scheme rules, exclusions and procedures to be followed to avoid rejection of claims, among other things,” Mangani said.
Shalom Dental Clinic, Director, Mark Kondowe, described the seminar as eye-opening.
“We hope MedHealth will continue conducting such seminars so that our relationship continues to be good,” he said.

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