Biggest Medical Aids Tariff Hikes 2018

How much more Medical Aid Members will have to pay in 2018 The majority of South Africa’s biggest medical aid schemes have released their prices for 2018, showing below 10% increases across all plans. According to the latest statistics released by the Council for Medical Schemes (CMS), there are currently 82 medical aid schemes operating in South Africa with a total subscription …

Dispensing Fee Adjustment – Doctors (GPs)

  Need some assistance with Dispensing Fee, SEP’s and NAPPI Codes? Click here   According to the Government Gazette number 35698 dated 17 September 2012, the dispensing markup has been adjusted. The new markup structure is as follows (excluding VAT): Percentage:  30% Threshold: R90 Fixed markup above threshold: R27.00 Inclusive of 14% VAT as follows: Percentage: 30% Threshold: R102.60 Fixed …

Discovery Healthbridge Hospital Follow-Up Rejection

Attempting to send Electronic account submission to Discovery Health via Healthbridge may trigger the rejection message: Use Hospital Follow-Up Visit. This apparantly applies in certain cases of patient follow-up. How to handle: Recall the invoice. Replace code 0190 Consultation Rooms with code 0109 Hospital Follow-Up Visit. Ensure that the Treatment type is Procedure and not Consultation. As of September 2012 …

Medical Aid Consultation Tariffs 2013 for Doctors

2013 MEDICAL AID GP LEGEND Consultation Rooms 0190 AECI 0190X Anglovaal 0190T Bankmed 0190B Bestmed 0190E Bonitas 0190N BP Network 0190U Carecross 0190M Discovery Keycare 0190C Discovery Network 0190D Discovery Non-Network 01907 Edcon 0190Z EMC 0190S Engen 01901 Fedhealth 0190_ Fishmed 0190F Gems Ruby Emerald 0190R GEMS Sapphire B 01906 Golden Arrow 0190G Goodhope 0190H Imperial Med 0190Y Keyhealth 0190I …

Dentists: Certificate of Need Update

From a source at Facebook… SADA received a letter from the Director General: Health regarding the certificate of need. They have been advised to withdraw the proclamation of Sections 36-40 of the National Health Act No.61 of 2003,dealing with the certificate of need. This is good news. Thank you SADA!

FNB to phase out Internet Explorer8

FNB has announced that it will no longer support Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 (IE8), and will begin phasing out the “old technology” on 14 September 2014. In an email sent out to clients, the bank said that any of its banking customers still using IE8 will be unable to access online banking once the phasing out begins. “We are phasing …