BD INVESTIGATIVE SERIES: Lessons for Nigeria as Ghana’s ‘successful’ health insurance flounders

Once upon a golden era in Ghana, for $1.5 (N540) premium, one could undergo a brain or heart surgery through the national health insurance, provided it was due to an accident. Today, some Ghanaians think the scheme has been reduced to a mostly Paracetamol dispensary. Over 40 percent of Ghanaians are covered by health insurance,…

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