Saudi insurers owe hospitals SR2bn
- Saudi Arabia: Monday, March 18 - 2013 at 07:45
Saudi Arabia's Council of Cooperative Health Insurance (CCHI) has said health insurance firms in the kingdom owe local hospitals SR2bn in unpaid claims, Arab News has reported. This was out of a total of SR6bn in health insurance claims in 2012, said Sami Al-Abdulkarim, a CCHI member and head of the national health committee at the Council of Saudi Chambers (CSC). The dues are considered delayed (unpaid) only if they were not paid within the 90-day period, after which the health service provider can stop providing the service and complain to the CCHI.
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