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Labour hosts Compensation Fund on-line self registration for employers in Rustenburg, 21 Aug

CF- filing fastracks self registration by employers

On-line self registration of employers and enhancing the process enabling the business to obtain a letter of good standing quickly are some of the innovations the Compensation Fund (CF) has come up with to provide an effective and efficient client service.

Addressing Medical Service Providers at an interactive session in Witbank, Mpumalanga on Monday evening, Vuyo Mafata, CF Commissioner said these efforts were in line with the Fund's strategic priority of providing faster, reliable and accessible COID services by 2020.

We are serious about giving support to the Fund, namely, providing quality medical care and client-centred care as part of the future of the Fund, he said. He said employer registering and Return Of Earnings were among the challenges the Fund faced.

In terms of the function restructuring we have introduced, we will see a separation of COID services, medical benefits and rehabilitation services, Mafata said.

COIDA services include:

Claims Registration

Pensions

Accident Insurance Pay outs (TTD and PDs)

Employer Registration

Return of Earnings and Assessments

Compliance and Audits

Medical benefits are:

Medical Services (Procedure Authorisations, specialised claims processing etc.)

Medical Claims Processing and payments

Managed Care Services and

Rehabilitation services focus on:

Vocational Rehabilitation programmes

Clinical Rehabilitation programmes

Social Rehabilitation programmes

The CF will proceed to Rustenburg, where it will meet North West service providers tomorrow at 6pm.

Media is invited to attend.

Source: Government of South Africa

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