Posted: Monday 24th March 2014 at 17:17 pm

Healthcare Cost Reduction Seminars

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Medical Express Health systems (Med-X) are organizing a series of seminars to tackle the rising medical costs for company staff of Ghana.

Med-X is Ghana’s oldest and leading private healthcare insurance and administrative company, operating in Ghana for over 12 years. Being a company committed to promoting the responsible and effective use of healthcare money, Med-X realises that the cost of healthcare is at an all time high and continues to rise.

Med-X has identified opportunities to reduce the rate of growth in healthcare cost in Ghana, without compromising health outcomes and quality of care.

At these events, Med-X will highlight specific actions that can help move the health care system in a direction that aligns costs and benefits in ways that makes financial and economical sense. The goal is not to reduce utilization but to find the most valuable use of services in accordance with their relative benefits people receive and the premiums they pay.

C.E.Os, HR Managers, Financial Controllers and Benefits Administrators are cordially invited to join the network and interact with peers and look at how to overcome the rising medical costs of staff.

The first scheduled meeting is on 25 March between 10am to 12pm prompt at the MJ Grand Hotel Ltd., location: No. 460, Abochieman Street, East Legon, Accra – Ghana.

THE ATTENDANCE IS BY INVITATION ONLY. HOWEVER, SHOULD ANY ONE WISH TO ATTEND, PLEASE CALL TO CONFIRM.

Email : [email protected][email protected]Telephone icon sad Healthcare Cost Reduction Seminars +233) 0302-510411/ 510410-2 /507763

Mobile icon sad Healthcare Cost Reduction Seminars +233) 0241275526/ 0544330044

 Healthcare Cost Reduction Seminars

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