Medical aid members face a battle for their lives.
Doctors have warned that a decision by medical aid providers to limit doctor consultations may prevent clients from receiving full benefits and quality healthcare that they pay for.
The warning by some medical doctors that patient care and health provision could be compromised come in the wake of a decision by BPOMAS and BOMAID to limit ‘general medical practitioner consultation per beneficiary’” purportedly aimed at cutting costs.
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