National Health Insurance Scheme is a body set up by Decree 35 of 1999 (Now Act 35) operating as Public Private Partnership (PPP) and directed at providing accessible, affordable and qualitative healthcare for all Nigerians.
NHIS Scheme is a corporate body established to regulate and provide health insurance in Nigeria where health care services are paid for from the common pool of funds contributed by participants of the scheme.
The various policies undertaken on this scheme include:
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b) FIDELITY GUARANTEE INSURANCE
This Policy is designed to indemnify the employers against direct financial loss that they may sustain through acts of dishonestly, such as misappropriate or embezzlement of funds on the part of employees in the course of their employment.
c) PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY INSURANCE
Professional indemnity insurance covers the cost of compensating clients for loss or damage, resulting from negligent services or advice provided by a business or an individual. Professional indemnity insurance protects you against claims for loss or damage made by clients or third parties as a result of the impact of negligent services you provided or negligent advice you offered.
· Accreditation Certificate issued by NHIS
· CAC Certificate for Private Hospitals
· Completion of relevant proposal forms.