The Ghanaian government has added childhood cancer and other potentially fatal diseases to the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS). Know This Before Visiting Health Care Facilities.
This, has been made known by Majority Chief Whip, Honourable Annor Dompreh on the floor of Parliament, while reacting to the minority side.
The Majority Chief Whip agreed that there has been some overall delay in the delivery of funding to several state institutions, including the NHIA, in response to the accusations made by Ranking Member on the Health Committee of Parliament Kwabena Mintah Akandoh.
According to Him, Several illnesses that were not previously included are now included… The National Health Insurance now covers breast cancer, sickle cell disease, and children cancer.
What Is National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) and When Was It Established?
The Ghanaian government created the National Health Insurance Program in 2003.
In order to give Ghanaian individuals fair access to and financial coverage for essential health care services, the program was a type of national health insurance.