International Federation of Health Plans (IFHP)
Association des fonds d'assurance de la santé
1966 Dublin Ireland
Founded 1966, Dublin (Ireland), following 1st International Conference of Voluntary Health Insurance. Registered in accordance with Irish law, 1971. Secretariat transferred to: London (UK), 1979; Reading (UK), 1992. Constitution adopted at 2nd International Conference on Voluntary Health Insurance, 3 May 1968, Sydney (Australia). Original title: International Federation of Voluntary Health Service Funds (IFVHSF) – Fédération internationale de caisses d'assurance volontaires. For a time from 1990, referred to in English as International Federation of Health Funds (FHF). Has also been referred to as International Association of Health Insurance Funds.
Promote: international contact between members by exchanging information and expertise; further advances in health care financing by facilitating international studies and debates.
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General Assembly (every 2 years). Council of Management, consisting of 12 elected members, elects from its members a President and one or more Deputy Presidents. Secretariat, headed by Chief-Executive.
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