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The Bureau of Labor Insurance has since the end of October 2013 successfully forwarded the 2014 labor insurance occupational injury/sickness medical treatment form to various subscriber entities, and has also urged the insured to emphasize on their own payout equity.

During the valid insurance subscription period, a worker, when encountering occupational injury/sickness to require outpatient or hospitalization treatment, may present the labor insurance occupational injury/sickness outpatient form or hospitalization application (hereinafter collectively referred to as the Labor Insurance Occupational Hazard Medical Treatment Form) the subscriber entity has filled in, along with the health insurance card and the proof of identity document to a health insurance-affiliated medical treatment hospital or clinic to receive treatment, and is entitled to the exemption of the partial medical expense burden the health insurance specifies, and the incentive of 50% discount on the meal service for up to 30 days of hospitalization.

Of the 2014 applicable “labor insurance occupational injury/sickness outpatient form” and “labor insurance occupational injury/sickness hospitalization application form”, the Bureau of Labor Insurance has begun to successively forward them to over 490,000 insurance subscription entities, readying for use by the labor insurance’s insured when applying for treatment when encountering occupational injury or contracting occupational sickness, and the forms are expected to be fully distributed by the middle of December.

If the insurance subscription entity should fail to distribute the labor insurance occupational hazard medical treatment forms for use by a worker when seeking treatment as regulated, and also does not assist in filing for the labor insurance medical treatment payout, a worker encountering the occupational hazard may contact the nearest Bureau of Labor Insurance regional office to apply for the labor occupational hazard medical treatment forms, and once the filing is verified to be true, the payout is released thereafter.

A worker who seeks medical treatment with the labor insurance identity but advances part of the medical treatment burden may also submit the self-advanced medical treatment expense reimbursement application, stating also the reason why the insurance subscription unit refuses to affix its stamp, which is to be forwarded to the Bureau of Labor Insurance for review and processing. The medical treatment expenditure the Bureau of Labor Insurance pays is to commensurate to relevant national health insurance regulations, and of items not covered by the health insurance, such as the registration fee, diagnosis certificate charge, over-the-counter medicine expenditure, special material expenditure, hospital ward price differential and so forth, the Bureau of Labor Insurance will not pay for them.

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Last Update:2013-12-30