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3. What should the insured do if he/she does not bring the relevant documents when receiving medical treatment for an occupational accident?

If the insured fails to hand in or submit the documents because he/she has not yet obtained the occupational injury and disease outpatient form, hospitalization application form or National Health Insurance card, or seeks medical treatment due to an emergency occupational injury or disease, he/she shall submit the identification documents and declare that he/she is covered by labor occupational accident insurance, and after paying the medical expenses by him/herself, submit additional documents within 10 days from the date of the medical treatment (excluding weekends and holidays) or before discharge to have the NHI hospital or clinic refund the insured medical fees previously collected.
Last Update:2022-09-13