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    #31
    Quote Originally Posted by cast_no_shadow View Post
    Ah Multiple Travel Exit Clearance (MTEC) ba sinasabi mo? san ka ba kumuha? sa POEA ba?

    Pag sa POEA tapos MTEC kukunin mo separate mo babayadan yung PhilHealth mo papapuntahin ka muna nila ng Philhealth window to pay. Last step na yung issuance ng MTEC.

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    I don't know about MTEC but what I got are OECs.

    So I told this guy at the Duty Free POEA (kilala na nga ang pagmumukha ko doon) that I will be going back at least 6 times this year so he printed six OECs which are valid up to the end of the year.

    Meron pa akong dalawang natitira.

    Thanks for clarifying.

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    #32
    Before mahigpit sila pag wala kang Phil Health hindi ka bibigyan ng OEC for the last 2 years hindi na ko hinahanapan ng Phil Heath... pag tinatanong sinasabi ko lang nag nag bayad na ko hehehe.

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    #33
    At kanino galing yung subsidy na kinukuha ng gobyerno??? While yung common employee tinataas ang premium...

    Number of poor families with free PhilHealth benefits triples to 14.7 million this year
    By: Philippines News Agency
    May 27, 2014 7:20 AM

    MANILA -- The number of poor families benefiting from free medical services have almost tripled to 14.7 million in 2014 from last year’s 5.2 million, the Philippine Health Insurance Corp. (PhilHealth) said Monday.

    In a Malacanang press briefing, PhilHealth president and chief executive officer Alex Padilla said these 14.7 million poor and near-poor families are being nationally subsidized by the government.

    “All of them enjoy the benefit of what we call no-balance billing from government hospitals. That means that they can go to any government hospitals that they are not supposed to be charged for anything, whether for medicines, for professional fees or any other expense,” he said.

    Padilla defined a typical family beneficiary as one with children below 21 years of age, parents of 60 years old and over, and including incapacitated siblings.

    He said persons who are poor and are not part of the listing of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) or PhilHealth are evaluated if they fall under the poor category when they go to a government hospital.

    “If so, we have a procedure, the point-of-care enrollment, and that means to say that the hospital pays for the premium contribution and they will immediately avail of full PhilHealth benefits from the day that they are hospitalized,” Padilla explained.

    Further, Padilla said PhilHealth has also expanded its benefits for the poor, including primary care package.

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    #34
    yan ang mali.. pano kakayanin nung paying members eh 14.7 million ang hindi nagbabayad? kung gusto nang gobyerno bigyan nang free medical benefits yang mga yan.. wag sa philhealth idaan.. gumawa sila nang ibang ahensya para lang sa mga mahihirap.. gawin nilang exclusive ang philhealth para lang sa mga nagbabayad..

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    #35
    Parang MRT lang yan.

    Kung sino ang mag-aalis ng subsidy, sya ang mawawalan sa pwesto coming next election. So sino ang maglalakas loob?

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    #36
    Quote Originally Posted by _Qwerty_ View Post
    yan ang mali.. pano kakayanin nung paying members eh 14.7 million ang hindi nagbabayad? kung gusto nang gobyerno bigyan nang free medical benefits yang mga yan.. wag sa philhealth idaan.. gumawa sila nang ibang ahensya para lang sa mga mahihirap.. gawin nilang exclusive ang philhealth para lang sa mga nagbabayad..
    Mandate of PhilHealth is universal health care coverage for all Filipinos kaya malabo mangyari yun iniisip mo.

    Based on actuarial studies done sustainable yung program kahit na last year mas malaki yung binayad for benefits compared sa collected contribution and yes lalo dumami yung enrolled sponsored / indigents.

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    #37
    eh di wala na lang magbabayad.. gawin na lang libre sa lahat nang pilipino ang philhealth.. para pare pareho.. diba?


    Quote Originally Posted by cast_no_shadow View Post
    Mandate of PhilHealth is universal health care coverage for all Filipinos kaya malabo mangyari yun iniisip mo.

    Based on actuarial studies done sustainable yung program kahit na last year mas malaki yung binayad for benefits compared sa collected contribution and yes lalo dumami yung enrolled sponsored / indigents.

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    #38
    Somehow I agree na may free medical benefits mahihirap. Parang redistribution of wealth na lang isipin natin. Pero again sana napag-aralan nga nang mabuti na hindi naman malulugi Philhealth para hindi kawawa paying members. Afterall hindi naman maximum profit habol niyan. Basta hindi mabangkarote sige tulong lang kayo sa iba na deserving. Yung mga nasa-orphanage at home of the aged na banadoned magandang bigyan. Huwag yung malalakas katawan na tamaby lang. Batugan mga yun eh.

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    #39
    Ako meron HMO card, ang binabayaran ko monthly is around 1k each, pero ng ma confine ang anak ko sa ospital, ang unang pinambayad sa bill ay galing sa Philhealth at ung butal sinagot ng HMO.

    kung titignan nyo, mas malaki na ung nakolekta ng HMO, kumita pa sila dahil ung Philhealth ko ang pinambayad sa malaking percentage ng hospital bill. Kung bakit pinapayagan ito ng Philhealth e malamang meron magandang usapan sa HMO.

    Para sa akin, kung ako ay meron HMO coverage, hindi na dapat kunin ng HMO sa philhealth ung pambayad, otherwise nag double pay lan ako. Tapos ang mag cover sa hospital bill ay Philhealth pa din.

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    #40
    Quote Originally Posted by Manilablock View Post
    Ako meron HMO card, ang binabayaran ko monthly is around 1k each, pero ng ma confine ang anak ko sa ospital, ang unang pinambayad sa bill ay galing sa Philhealth at ung butal sinagot ng HMO.

    kung titignan nyo, mas malaki na ung nakolekta ng HMO, kumita pa sila dahil ung Philhealth ko ang pinambayad sa malaking percentage ng hospital bill. Kung bakit pinapayagan ito ng Philhealth e malamang meron magandang usapan sa HMO.

    Para sa akin, kung ako ay meron HMO coverage, hindi na dapat kunin ng HMO sa philhealth ung pambayad, otherwise nag double pay lan ako. Tapos ang mag cover sa hospital bill ay Philhealth pa din.
    Less PhilHealth muna kasi bago magbayad si HMO yan ang policy nila.

    Pag wala ka PhilHealth yung computed PhilHealth deductible is yun ang out of pocket mo.

    Walang mahihita/kikitain si HMO sa PhilHealth deduction mo kasi si hospital ang mag claim sa PhilHealth nun.

    Si hospital ang babayadan ni PhilHealth hindi si HMO.

    Kumbaga regardless kung may HMO man yung PhilHealth member or wala pareho ang deduction niya during confinement.

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