Wednesday, November 18, 2009


THE Brong Ahafo Regional Manager for the National Insurance Authority (NHIA), Mr Foster Adjei Korang, has called on scheme managers to work harder than before to supplement the efforts of the Government at achieving the aims and objectives of the scheme.
He urged service providers, field agents and scheme managers to work as a team to build a stronger scheme for their various districts.
Mr Adjei Korang was addressing a meeting of healthcare service providers, field officers and staff of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) at Drobo in the Jaman South District during his maiden visit to the district.
He urged them to continue the good work they had been doing over the years.
The regional manager advised all banks in the region to speed up the transfer of funds from one bank to another.
That, he said, would help the providers to receive their monies in order to pay their suppliers.
Mr Korang entreated the providers to be content with any amount that would be made available to them, since “little drops of water makes a mighty ocean”.
He commended Mr Nicholas Nsrawudi, the Scheme Manager for Jaman South District, for the good job  done, and urged him to maintain the good record of being one of the best managers in the region in particular and in Ghana as a whole.
Mr Korang warned the agents against keeping monies collected at home.
He gave an assurance that his doors were open for good advice, promising that there would be more of such interactions.
Mr Nsrawudi, on behalf of the management and staff, thanked the regional manager for the visit.
He assured the regional manager that they would work harder in the interest of the clients.

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