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Oman - CMA launches online Dhamani ins. Platform

Thursday, 09 24 2020, Category: Technology, Country: Oman
The Capital Market Authority (CMA) concluded the Dhamani platform contract with Info Line LLC in collaboration with its strategic partner IQVA.

The platform is for the exchange of health information, claims settlement, funds transfer, requests for approvals and verification, and checking insurance coverage between the parties in the insurance relationship and the regulators and supervisors in the Sultanate.

The tender documents were prepared after studying the needs of the local market through meetings with stakeholders such as insurance companies, health service providers, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Manpower, and Public Authority for Social Security as well as consideration of the regional and global experiences.

Dhamani scheme is considered one of five key steps designed by the CMA in collaboration with the concerned entities in the preparatory stage for implementation of health insurance scheme for the employees of the private sector, residents, and visitors (Dhamani) to set out legislation, set up a database for the health insurance sector, organize awareness campaign on the implementation mechanisms and how to deal with health insurance products beside conducting an actuarial study on the prices.

Source: Oman Observer
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