August 24 , 2015 | Posted by admin |

What is HIPS?

The HIPS system is a comprehensive and integrated solution that covers every aspect of health insurance administration. From credentialing providers through claims reimbursement and electronic payment, HIPS is designed to maximize scalability and minimize administrative costs by working in a completely user friendly web-based environment. Some of the key benefits of the HIPS are: Optimizing

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Belize Secondary School Reform

During the last decade, the Government of Belize strongly committed to increase the  level of financing of the education sector. Between 2000 and 2009, investments in the sector jumped from 5.6 percent of GDP to over 6.2 percent of GDP with secondary school accounting for over 40 percent of the education budget, the highest in

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Kazakhstan HIV/AIDS/STIs and TB

Kazakhstan bears one of the greatest burdens of TB and HIV/AIDS in the Central Asian region (CAR). Distinguished by its large territory and relatively high level of annual per capita income (US $1,200), Kazakhstan has an HIV/AIDS prevalence higher than its four neighboring countries combined. Since the first case was registered in 1987, the number

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August 17 , 2015 | Posted by graciela |

Bahamas Insurance Association: Who Does Sanigest Speak For?

(BIA Statement) Sanigest Internacionale, a company that most Bahamians have never heard of, has been described as the architect of our proposed National Health Insurance scheme, and lately has been commenting to the press on the scheme’s implementation. By responding to Sanigest’s recent public comments, the Bahamas Insurance Association (BIA) does not want to unjustifiably

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June 22 , 2015 | Posted by admin |

UHC Publication

Sanigest Internacional work on Universal Health Coverage highlighted during the PAHO-WHO and World Bank joint publication launch “Toward Universal Health Coverage and Equity in Latin America and the Caribbean: Evidence from Selected Countries”.

March 17 , 2015 | Posted by graciela |


PROVISION FOR SUPPORTING PEOPLE WITH MENTAL ILLNESS: A COMPARISON OF 30 EUROPEAN COUNTRIES Few diseases are more poorly understood and more subject to prejudice than mental illness, and few impose the same magnitude of burdens on both the afflicted and society at large. And while a consensus has formed among caregivers, policy makers and patient advocates

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