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When you incur high medical care costs

Your copayment for medical care costs is capped by the insured person’s income category. If your copayment (30% of medical care costs) exceeds the maximum, the excess amount will be calculated by the Society and paid as “High-Cost Medical Care Benefits.” However, some procedures are required to ensure that the amount you pay at the reception desk of the hospital does not exceed the Cost-Sharing Maximum Amounts.

When you want to reduce the amount of medical care costs you pay at the medical care institution

Required documents:
Applies to: Members less than 70 years of age who expect to pay more than their Cost-Sharing Maximum Amounts for medical care costs incurred at the medical care institution over one month
Period of validity Within three months from the effective date (first date of month of issue)
Using the certificate
(Notes)
① Simply applying to the Health Insurance Association does not automatically reduce the amount you pay at the medical care institution. Be sure to show the certificate to the reception desk of the hospital no later than the time of payment.
② You must promptly return any expired or unused certificates to the Society. If you are unable to return a certificate, submit a Notice of Inability to Return Certificate.
③ If your income category (standard monthly remuneration) has changed, you must exchange certificates and make payment again at the hospital.
Returning the certificate Please return the certificate to the Society if you lose your eligibility or the certificate expires.
Notes: You can use this system for both inpatient and outpatient costs.
Persons aged 70 or older can receive the same services by presenting their elderly benefits cards.
To apply, provide the necessary information on the above documents and submit to the Health Insurance Association.

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