M-TIBA is a leading health financing technology platform for consumers, insurers, healthcare providers, and governments. M-TIBA has announced a new partnership with the Kenya Association of Private Hospitals (KAPH) to expand their healthcare financing capabilities through the provision of financing healthcare systems.
M-TIBA Partners With Kenya Association of Private Hospitals
The partnership took place at the KAPH convention meeting held at the Anderson Building (Nairobi Hospital) in Nairobi Kenya.
“Our purpose is to provide our platform to connect all the stakeholders and provide a safe, smart, and affordable way to manage a healthcare scheme. By digitizing health insurance processes, M-TIBA is improving benefit management, payments for services across the value chain and the efficiency of fund payments to hospitals and clinics.” M-TIBA MD Moses Kuria.
M-TIBA enables users to manage their insurance policy or health payments on their mobile. It helps insurers, donors, and governments to distribute benefits efficiently and transparently.
There already are over 4.7 million people connected to M-TIBA and over 3,000 healthcare providers on the platform. This includes NHIF, and accredited private healthcare facilities. Furthermore, it has signed 3 leading insurance companies on the platform–AAR, Britam, and Jubilee and has over 721,000 digital claims processed on M-TIBA.
Through M-TIBA’s partnership with Safaricom, they can offer customers digital and affordable healthcare products and services on the M-PESA App. Customers have this convenient option of accessing and signing up for healthcare services and products on their mobile devices.
This new partnership with KAPH is likely to boost efforts in a big way.
“Working with the various teams to craft, create and get to this partnership has truly been amazing. We invite you to partner with us on the M-PESA App to offer our customers health packages that meet their needs.” M-TIBA Director.
Simultaneously they have partnered with Medical Credit Fund to address the financing barriers that healthcare facilities undergo when accessing capital. They encourage Kenyans to reach out to them to discuss the financing needs for their health facility.