1. The scheme was formally launched in July, 2005 and access to free quality health care became a reality in the municipality in September, 2005.
2. As part of activities to improve service to clients in the municipality the management introduced pay points at vantage points in the municipality to aid registration. It has created permanent job for 15 people.
3. Maturity period has reduced from six months to a maximum of six weeks.
4. Increase in premium collection. That is from an average contribution of ¢53,749,000.00 per month in 2006 to ¢177,973,111.00 per month in 2007. The scheme has increased its premium collection to about 331% a performance worth mentioning.
5. Form a beginning of just four facilities for provision of health care, the scheme now boast of 16 health facilities which are mostly private owned. An achievement which is in line with the government’s policy of enhancing the private sector development.
6. ID cards production has increased over the years. In 2005, 4,032 cards were produced and in 2006, 37,514 cards were produced while as at October, 2007, 43,824 cards has been produced.
7. Relocation of schemes office to ease congestion by the Assembly.
8. Increase in sensitization programmes such as using OPD plat forms.
9. A sign of relief to clients as huge medical bills are taken over by the scheme as in the case of Madam Mary Awuah of Odumasi who spent six months in Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital and underwent a surgery. Photograph of the woman is attached.
10. Allocation of a Toyota Hillux double cabin from the National Secretariat.
For tables refer to pdf file attached.