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Occupational Accident Medical Benefits

Medical benefits for ordinary injury or sickness are covered by the National Health Insurance program, while medical costs from occupational accidents are paid by the labor insurance program. In order to make medical services easily accessible to workers, the Bureau of Labor Insurance has commissioned the National Health Insurance Administration, Ministry of Health and Welfare to handle related administrative services in specially contracted medical institutions, including the management, medical cost reports, and reviews of health insurance business. An insured worker suffering from occupational injury or sickness can receive medical treatment in any hospital specially contracted by the National Health Insurance Administration, Ministry of Health and Welfare provided that he presents the outpatient request form or hospitalization application form issued by his insured unit, National Health Insurance Card and personal identification documents. The insured worker is exempted from part of the medical costs, and the insurance medical costs are reported to and paid by the National Health Insurance Administration, Ministry of Health and Welfare on behalf of the Bureau of Labor Insurance. In addition, free medical check-ups are offered to workers to prevent and treat occupational diseases in the early stage.

Last Update:2020-03-12
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