Kenya to Effect Controversial NHIF Rates
The National Hospital Insurance fund can now effect the controversial medical insurance rates after a ruling by the Industrial Court challenging the implementation was dismissed.
The NHIF is set to effect the new medical insurance rates after the industrial court dismissed an application by the Kenya Union of domestic, hotel, ... see more »
Capital FM, 24 January 2013
The government is now free to implement the new proposed National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) rates after the Industrial Court threw out a case challenging them.read more »
The Star, 24 January 2013
NHIF is now free to effect the new rates after an application challenging them was dismissed by the industrial court.read more »
The Industrial Court has dismissed a case seeking to stop implementation of new NHIF rates.
The Star, 24 November 2012
The Federation of Kenya Employers has said the new NHIF rates should wait until after the March 2013 election as it reads mischief.read more »
The Star, 29 October 2012
COTU has threatened to resign from the recently inaugurated NHIF board saying that it is neither transparent nor accountable.read more »
The Star, 28 October 2012
COTU is this morning expected to brief the media about ongoing negotiations on the NHIF contributions. The trade union together with the federation of Kenya employers has been... read more »
The Court has stopped new National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) rates, which were to be effected from next month. In an application by Justice Linet Ndolo, the Kenya Union of ... Read more »