The procession, starting at Fijai and winding through major city streets, captured the public's attention, generating curiosity about the app's benefits.
NHIA representatives engaged with the crowd, elucidating the app's key functionalities and highlighting its role in streamlining the once tedious registration process for healthcare services.
Dr. (Mrs.) Yaa Pokuaa Baiden, Deputy Chief Executive in charge of Administration and Human Resources at NHIA, underscored the app's features, including checking membership status, locating nearby healthcare facilities, and accessing a comprehensive list of covered medicines and services.
The MyNHIS App aligns with NHIA's commitment to digitizing healthcare access, providing an innovative solution for NHIS beneficiaries. The aim is to make health insurance services more accessible and convenient.
Dr. Baiden encouraged clients and interested individuals to download the app from the App Store or Google Play Store, or contact local NHIS offices for more information.
Mr. Emmanuel Reinfred Okyere, Western Regional Director of NHIA, expressed enthusiasm about the app's potential to enhance healthcare delivery through technology.
Members of the public, speaking to the Ghana News Agency, praised the app's user-friendly interface and convenience, noting a significant reduction in the time required to access healthcare services.
As the float progressed, bystanders seized the opportunity to download the app on their smartphones, exploring its features firsthand.
The launch of the MyNHIS App marks a significant milestone in NHIA's ongoing efforts to leverage technology for the widespread adoption of digital healthcare solutions.