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Citystate Centre Building, 709 Shaw Blvd. Pasig
Jan. 18, 2018, 11:21 a.m.
WALANG DAGDAG BAYAD !!!!!!!
Benepisyong PhilHealth para kay nanay at baby ay covered ng NBB policy sa lahat ng:
- lying in clinics, birthing homes, RHUs, health centers (private & public)
- infirmaries (private & public)
- government hospitals
Ang “No Balance Billing” Policy o “NBB” ay isang polisiya ng PhilHealth at ng Department of Health kung saan ang isang kwalipikadong kasapi ng PhilHealth (Indigent, Sponsored, Kasambahay, Lifetime & Senior citizens) ay hindi na sisingilin ng karagdagang bayarin para sa mga serbisyo na ibinigay ng mga piling pasilidad na accredited ng PhilHealth (gov't hospitals).
Sa polisiya ng NBB, dapat na maibigay ng mga ospital ang kumpletong serbisyong may kalidad. Wala na dapat babayaran pa ang isang kasapi para sa kuwarto, gamot, supplies, laboratory, X-ray at bayad sa serbisyo ng mga doktor, nurse o midwives.
Ang isang kasapi ng PhilHealth ay maaaring lumapit sa PhilHealth CARES na nakatalaga sa mga piling ospital.
Maaari ring ipaabot ang reklamo, opinyon at kumento sa PhilHealth Corporate Action Center sa mga sumusunod na paraan:
a) Telepono : (02) 441-7442
b) SMS Hotline : 0917-898-7442
c) Email : email@example.com
d) Facebook : www.facebook.com/PhilHealth
e) Twitter : @teamphilhealth
Keywords: Antenatal Care Package; Maternal Care Package (MCP; Normal Spontaneous Delivery (NSD) Package;
Newborn Care Package (NCP); PhilHealth; Your Forever Partner in Health; action center
|Philippine Health Insurance Corporation|
Citystate Centre Building, 709 Shaw Blvd.
|Telephone: (02) 441 7442|
|Hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday to Friday|
THE call to serve the rural indigents echoed since the early '60s when the Philippine Medical Association introduced the MARIA Project which prioritized aid to communities in need of medical assistance. The Project would then be considered a valuable precursor to the Medicare program, from which a medical care plan for the entire Philippines was created. On August 4, 1969, Republic Act 6111 or the Philippine Medical Care Act of 1969 was signed by President Ferdinand E. Marcos which was eventually implemented in August 1971.
The Philippine Medical Care Commission (PMCC) was tasked to oversee the implementation of the program which went for almost a quarter of a century.
In the 1990s, a vision for a better, more responsive government health care program was prompted by the passage of several bills that had significant implications on health financing. The public's clamor for a health insurance that is more comprehensive in terms of covered population and benefits led to the development of House Bill 14225 and Senate Bill 01738 which became The National Health Insurance Act of 1995 or Republic Act 7875, signed by President Fidel V. Ramos on February 14, 1995. The law paved the way for the creation of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth), mandated to provide social health insurance coverage to all Filipinos in 15 years' time.
PhilHealth assumed the responsibility of administering the former Medicare program for government and private sector employees from the Government Service Insurance System in October 1997, from the Social Security System in April 1998, and from the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration in March 2005.
The National Health Insurance Program was established to provide health insurance coverage and ensure affordable, acceptable, available and accessible health care services for all citizens of the Philippines.
It shall serve as the means for the healthy to help pay for the care of the sick and for those who can afford medical care to subsidize those who cannot. It shall initially consist of Programs I and II or Medicare and be expanded progressively to constitute one universal health insurance program for the entire population.
The program shall include a sustainable system of funds constitution, collection, management and disbursement for financing the availment of a basic minimum package and other supplementary packages of health insurance benefits by a progressively expanding proportion of the population.
The program shall be limited to paying for the utilization of health services by covered beneficiaries. It shall be prohibited from providing health care directly, from buying and dispensing drugs and pharmaceuticals, from employing physicians and other professionals for the purpose of directly rendering care, and from owning or investing in health care facilities.