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The council’s spokesman, Nasser Al-Juhani, stated that the council works to remove any hurdles through the regulatory procedures outlined in the council’s laws.

According to the Council of Health Insurance, the committee in charge of examining violations of cooperative health insurance regulations levied 14 penalties totaling SR2,719,100 ($725,000) on several health insurance businesses for failing to satisfy criteria, totaling SR2,719,100 ($725,000).

Penalties were imposed in accordance with the rules, regulations, and laws that the council aims to implement as part of its supervisory role and ongoing efforts to be a leading regulatory authority seeking to improve the quality of care and empower beneficiaries to have access to their full rights, according to the council.

The council is committed to providing its beneficiaries with the greatest healthcare services possible, which involves a higher degree of dedication from all parties involved in the health insurance relationship.

The council’s spokesman, Nasser Al-Juhani, stated that the council works to remove any hurdles through the regulatory procedures outlined in the council’s laws.

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