NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 15 – M-TIBA and Britam have announced the signing of a new strategic partnership to develop digital products to increase health insurance market penetration in Kenya. The partnership will see Britam and Carepay explore new mobile channels for Britam’s fast-growing microinsurance portfolio and the future management of retail and SME health insurance clients.
Healthtech Startup CarePay Wins $300K in Entrepreneurs for Resilience Competition, Reveals Expansion Plans for Nigeria’s Healthcare
CarePay, an international health e-payments firm and developer of M-TIBA has won $300,000 in the Entrepreneurs for Resilience competition in Beijing. And with its prize-money the platform has big plans for the health sector in Nigeria. CarePay wants to use its prize money along with the €40 million it recently raised in the Series A financing
CarePay Limited (CarePay Kenya), the company behind M-TIBA, has announced the appointments of Moses Kuria and Dr Torooti Mwirigi as Managing Director and Commercial Director respectively in replacement of Kees Van Lede and Maarten Ras respectively. Van Lede and Maarten Ras have since been appointed CEO and Commercial Director for CarePay Africa Region respectively. Mr
As the insurance industry continues to embrace digital transformation in Kenya to retain relevance in the competitive financial industry, AAR has launched a service that enables customers to manage medical expenses using their mobile phones to replace a smart card the that clients have been using to access treatment at health facilities over the years.
AAR Insurance Kenya has partnered with Health e-payments technology firm CarePay to launch a new service that enables city customers to manage medical expenses using their mobile phones on the Safaricom-backed M-TIBA platform. The deal signed Tuesday also allows the two firms to explore offering more insurance products on online platforms, enhancing services to members.
AAR Insurance Kenya has launched a service that enables customers to manage medical expenses using their mobile phones. The new service replaces a smart card that clients have been using to access treatment at health facilities over the years. The move comes as health insurers grapple with low uptake and rising cases of fraud and
This means Bayer will support M-TIBA in executing partnership deals in the digital health space. Bayer G4A (formerly known as Grants4Apps) launched in Berlin in 2013, collaborates with startups and healthcare technology companies across the world that are developing innovative solutions in healthcare. This year, the Bayer G4A team has selected 11 participants from over
CarePay, the M-TIBA parent firm, has been awarded the 2019 Duke’s Choice Award for its M-TIBA platform which was launched commercially in Kenya in 2016. CarePay uses the Java programming language to build technology modules for the M-TIBA platform and applications for a range of mobile devices. The Duke’s Choice Award has been running for 17 years
Safaricom-backed mobile phone healthcare service M-Tiba has been selected as an Advance Track partner by Bayer G4A. This means Bayer will support M-Tiba in executing partnership deals in the digital health space. Bayer G4A (formerly known as Grants4Apps), launched in Berlin in 2013, collaborates with start-ups and healthcare technology companies across the world that are
M-TIBA, the health financing technology platform based in Kenya and the Kenya Healthcare Federation (KHF) have announced a new SMS-based service to help the security agencies identify essential healthcare service workers in the country. This is in response to these workers facing travel restrictions during curfew hours and movements into or out of counties with