″Morales also clarified that members lacking contributions shall be billed for the unpaid premiums with interests (compounded monthly), and penalties of at least 3 percent a month for employers, sea-based OFWs, and kasambahays,″ PhilHealth said in a statement.″While no one will be denied of PhilHealth coverage due to non-payment of premiums, Morales also clarified that members lacking contributions shall be billed for the unpaid premiums.″
What happens if I don’t pay PhilHealth?
1.Members of PhilHealth who have missed payments will be subject to interests and penalties.Members of PhilHealth who have fallen behind on their payments will begin to receive a charge for the unpaid portion of their monthly premiums beginning in January 2020, along with interest (compounded monthly).Employers, kasambahays, and sea-based overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) must pay an interest penalty of at least three percent for every month that a payment is late.
What to do if your employer doesn’t remit PhilHealth contributions?
Call the PhilHealth hotline at (02) 441-7442 if your company still isn’t remitting the contributions that were taken from your income.You may ask for the procedure on how to submit a complaint and get further information about how to do so.Employers who are found to be in violation of the law face a punishment of 50,000 PHP for each employee who is adversely impacted, imprisonment for six to twelve months, or both, depending on the judgment of the court.
Why did PhilHealth issue a reminder about employers’ negligence?
″We do not want any employee or their dependents to experience non-availability of PhilHealth benefits because of the employers’ negligence,″ said Alexander A.Padilla, President and CEO of PhilHealth.″That is why we are issuing this reminder for the benefit of over 13 million employees, both in the public and private sectors,″ Padilla continued.″We do not want any employee or their dependents to experience non-availability of PhilHealth benefits because of the employers’ negligence.″
Why is Philhealth still not responding to inquiries about resignations?
As of the time this article was written, PhilHealth has not yet provided a response to questions regarding the resignations and the allegations of corruption that surround the situation.After being embroiled in the matter of fraudulent operations, notably the ″ghost dialysis″ charges, the state health insurance was thrust into the public eye a year ago and remained there for the most of that time.
Can PhilHealth recover the full amount of claim payments from employers?
Through Circular No.003, S-2015, PhilHealth emphasized its authority to recover the full amount of claim payments from employers for properly filed claims by employed members and their dependents who were subsequently found out to have no qualifying contributions.This was done in response to a situation in which PhilHealth discovered that employed members and their dependents did not have any qualifying contributions.