Wellahealth, a leading health technology company, has partnered with the Anambra State Health Insurance Agency (ASHIA) to accelerate the enrollment of residents in the state’s health insurance scheme. This collaboration marks a significant step forward in improving access to quality healthcare services for the people of Anambra State, and shows Wellahealth’s resolve to its vision of bringing healthcare to every doorstep in Africa.
Recall that in May 2023, Wellahealth launched its first State of State Health Insurance Report in an online webinar with participants from leaders of various State Health insurance schemes and key stakeholders in the federal and state health sectors including Cross River State, Rivers State, Akwa Ibom, Kaduna, Yobe, Edo, Anambra amongst others.
During this event, Wellahealth reiterated its commitment to help State Health Insurance Schemes to live up to their expectations and provide support for claims processing, enrollee onboarding and management and supporting collections.
Dr. Simeon Onyemaechi, the Managing Director and CEO of ASHIA, expressed his enthusiasm about this partnership, stating, “We are excited to join forces with Wellahealth to increase the number of individuals and families who can access affordable healthcare in Anambra State. This collaboration aligns with our mission to provide universal health coverage and improve the overall well-being of our citizens.”
Wellahealth’s CEO, Dr. Ikpeme Neto, shared his optimism about the partnership’s potential impact on the state’s healthcare landscape, saying, “We are committed to making quality healthcare more accessible and affordable for all. Anambra State is a critical part of our mission to transform healthcare, and through this partnership with ASHIA, we aim to expand coverage and improve health outcomes for thousands of people.”
The partnership between Wellahealth and ASHIA will leverage innovative technology solutions to streamline the enrollment process and improve the overall experience for Anambra State residents. By combining their expertise and resources, both organizations will work together to promote the state’s health insurance scheme and drive increased participation…