Premier Medical Aid Society’s (PSMAS) has been given the go-ahead to increase its tariffs by 80 per cent.
This was revealed by Health Services Board (HSB) Executive Director, Ruth Kaseke who said that PSMAS was allowed to review tariffs in line with the prevailing economic challenges which is characterised by hyperinflation and acute foreign currency shortages. She said:
Please be advised that Treasury has approved the review of monthly subscriptions in line with the prevailing economic environment.
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Accordingly, subscriptions for members have been reviewed by 80% with effect from August 1, 2019, in line with the arrangement of 80:20 (Government Employee).
The development will result in adult dependants subscriptions being reviewed to ZWL$45 per month per dependent, for the main plan.