On Wednesday, Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli chaired a gathering to follow up on the state of the universal health insurance initiative.
In attendance at the gathering included the head of the national social insurance authority Gamal Awad, Communications Minister Amr Talaat, Finance Minister Mohamed Maait, Higher Education Minister and Acting Health Minister Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, as well as Governor Adel el Ghadban of Port Said who took part through video conferencing.
Despite global economic difficulties, the Egyptian State is enthusiastic about implementing the worldwide health insurance plan and ensuring that all people are covered under its umbrella in the future years, according to Mr. Madbouli.
The meeting addressed a variety of issues connected to the worldwide health insurance system, as well as the level of the digitization system’s applications, Nader Saad, Cabinet Spokesman stated.
The delegates also spent some time discussing the system’s many difficulties.
The meeting addressed the country’s long-term development strategy, Egypt 2030 Vision, in terms of health sector manpower and benefits provided by the universal health insurance system, as well as the gains derived from its implementation in the Port Said governorate.