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By Staff Writer

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To start 2014 with a great learning experience, you could register for the Medical Aid & Insurance Conference, which will be held on the 5 & 6 February 2014 in Cape Town.


Industry experts and professionals will converge to share latest trends, developments and update delegates on challenges and relevant issues affecting the medical aid and insurance area.


The conference will provide you with an excellent opportunity to interact and obtain valuable information with industry managers and leaders dealing with case management and administration, medical aid schemes, risk management, business development, underwritings, actuarial, legal and compliance and fund management to mention a few.


Some of the topics you will be treated to include: ‘Medical schemes and NHI - an overview’, ‘Landscape of the health insurance industry in South Africa’, ‘Impact of the National Health Insurance on the private health insurance sector’, ‘Medical aid solvency risk management’, ‘Case for risk based capital’, ‘Strategic and emerging Issues in the medical scheme industry’, ‘Mobile health and wellness programmes, ‘Technology assisted risk assessment and management’, ‘Why choose medical aid or insurance?’, ‘Shifting the focus from disease to maximising health- medicine of the future’,  ‘Health risk management in the future’ and  ‘Health & private healthcare claiming process’.


During those two days, you will meet, interact and network with leaders and professionals in business development, healthcare services, product development, client services, claims, case administration, risk management, underwriting, compliance, accounts, scheme management, actuarial services and legal advisories.


Contact Naison Chilenge, Project Manager at TCI on 011 803 1553, or email naison@tci-sa.co.za. Call marketing coordinator, Sian Wirth on 011 803 1553 for information on media partnering, sponsorship or exhibitions.

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