Cardiologists express distress at state’s NHI
The South African heart congress hears concerns about mismanagement, but the government says the only enemy is ill health
With the National Health Insurance (NHI) bill due to become law next month, the question of trust in the government’s ability to run such a scheme was raised at the South African heart congress last month.
Darryl Smith, a cardiologist at Linksfield Clinic who works sessions at Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital, called it “an elephant in the room”...
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