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.
- High-Cost Medical Care Benefits
- If you want to make sure the amount you pay at the reception desk of the hospital will not exceed the Cost-Sharing Maximum Amounts
- How High-Cost Medical Care Benefits are calculated
- If your copayment is reduced still further
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