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更新日:2018年2月1日

National Health Insurance Defaults

Below are the consequences of National Health Insurance (NHI) delayed or unpaid premiums.

  1. If you fail to complete the payment by the due date, a demand for payment notice will be sent to you.
  2. A short-term health insurance certificate that is only valid for six months will be issued if the payment cannot be confirmed after the demand notice.
  3. Your health insurance card must be returned after the unpaid term exceeds a year, and a national health insurance eligibility certificate will be issued instead.

Note: You can receive medical services provided by health insurance with the eligibility certificate. However, the total amount for the provided services needs to be paid at the medical institutions and you can claim the difference eligible to be covered by NHI to be applied to the past due amount.

  1. In addition to the above, in extreme cases of continuous defaults, your property may be seized without any previous notice.

To avoid the above, make sure to pay your NHI bills by their due date. Please consult the Premium Collection Subsection if you cannot make the payment. The National Health Insurance system is supported by the health insurance members’ premiums.


Inquiries

Premium Collection Subsection

Tel: 03-3578-2647 to 2651 or 03-3578-2536 to 2537

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