People are going back to basics

March 2001
Finance Week;03/30/2001, p35
Discusses the concern expressed by managers in health care on the widening gap between consumers and suppliers in South Africa. Rise in the cost of health care due to the growing number of middlemen; Solutions to the problem of fraud and over-servicing; Importance of educating patients on the structure of medical aid in the country. INSET: Seven questions to ask your medical aid..


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