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MediShield pemiums to rise but better coverage for S'poreans

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MediShield pemiums to rise but better coverage for S'poreans

Post by Mr Jack on Thu Jul 19, 2012 4:27 am

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SINGAPORE - The national health insurance scheme, MediShield, will soon be expanded to cover Singaporeans and permanent residents who are currently excluded.

The limits on how much can be claimed from MediShield will also be raised.

Generally, majority policholders will have their premiums raised in the first quarter of next year (2013).

With the expanded coverage, MediShield will provide financial relief to older seniors, along with newly diagnosed mental patients who require inpatient psychiatric treatment.

The maximum age for MediShield coverage will be raised from the current limit of 85 to 90.

MOH is also looking into the coverage of newborn babies with congenital conditions, or medical problems that exist at birth.

As there are mixed views on the issue, MOH is seeking public feedback.

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