NHP: BRM Programme

NHP has an effective BRM Programme in place which offers its member’s active management of their health related conditions. The aim of this programme is to identify members who may be at possible risk due to lifestyle diseases and has as its sole purpose to assist our members in managing their health status and risks through the creation of greater awareness and possible lifestyle changes.

Many medical conditions can lead to life threatening complications that can be avoided with the appropriate healthcare and advice. An example would be high cholesterol levels, which can lead to a number of cardiac related problems that can pose a serious health risk. By providing information and advice relating to nutrition, exercise and the importance of sticking to treatment guidelines and medication, the programme helps to manage these conditions effectively. A team of qualified medical staff are available to discuss possible challenges and provide relevant information on medical conditions.

There is no need for members to apply for participation in the programme as NHP will automatically identify members who fall within the specific risk parameters set by the Fund, and contact them as they would benefit from this support.

This programme is made available free of charge to all of our members. Member participation is voluntary and you are under no obligation to participate. It would however be very positive should you decide to provide your consent. Once the member has given his/ her consent then they will be provided with information regarding their condition and we will also engage with you telephonically in order to schedule possible intervention.

Should you need further information, please contact NHP for further assistance.

Disclaimer

The information in this newsletter is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any ailment and is aimed to provide information of a general nature only. The information is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Should you require any medical advice and/or attention, please contact your healthcare provider.

E & OE. (errors and omissions excepted). Whilst every care has been taken to ensure that the information in this document is correct, errors and omissions may occur and the Fund cannot be held accountable for any reliance placed on the information contained herein. The Fund’s Call Centre +264 61 285 5400 may be contacted to confirm any information contained in this document.

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