MoH revenue increased 13 times after increasing expats charges

Thursday, March 8, 2018

According to local media reports, the revenues generated from hospitals of Ministry of Health during the period from October 2017 to February 2018 were about KD 20.7 million. This increase was in comparison to about KD 300,000 which the ministry used to collect on monthly basis prior to the implementation of the new decision concerning the charges of medical services.

The revenues collected from expatriates through health insurance during the same period were KD 45 million. Daily also reported that the total revenues collected from expatriates in the last five months exceed KD 65 million.

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Cry Baby Cry
Monday, March 12, 2018

Implementation of new rules are to reduce the number of expatriates, which the govt decided, good for the country.
Unfortunately, we Indians have a govt, and did any one ask the authorities what they do for the people at home, except fattening few industrialists......
CRY BABY CRY...........

Being Human
Saturday, March 10, 2018
Why always thinking in Money ways,why there is no thinking in Humanity way.Lady MP mentioned that Expats are Bacteria,in what basis she spoke in such rude way, they are so many MPs Men they never spoke such bad words to Expats.

Rules specially for Traffic or etc should be equal to Every one who stay in Kuwait stop particularities.

Humanity
Saturday, March 10, 2018
First of all MOH should keep best Doctors,unexperience which Govt Hospital has,my treatment for Ulcer im taking for more then one year but still my health is worst then b4,they took money for CT Scan but until today i dint received its almost 6 months,until unless we have Vasta we cannot do or else we will like orphan, /the doctor when he treated he dint put the Stethoscope in his ears and testing when i asked him he mentioned its his 1st experience,and ask me sorry.whats the use of paying huge money and getting worst treatment,The best Doctors are Kuwaitis/Indians/ American 0.01% Egyptians.

john mathai
Friday, March 9, 2018
One doubt, is MOH a money making establishment like KOC and KNPC or a service industry(not free) for serving the people with reasonable charge? They report has been given is disturbing.

AHS
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
kuwait per capita income from beginning more the USA CANADA AUSTRALIA AND MANY EUROPEAN COUNTREIS SO WHEN KUWAIT WILL START GIVING THE SAME FACILITIES FOR EXPAT AS EXPATS IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES? JUST INCREASING MONEY IS VERY SIMPLE AND YOU RECEIVER ALL YOUR EXPENSES FROM NATURAL RESOURCES SO BE KIND TO PEOPLE AND DONT MAKE UNNECESSARY BURDEN ON THEM LETS ALLAH CHANGE YOUR MIND TO KINDNESS AND HELP FULL NATURE.
GOD BLESS YOU AND KUWAIT

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