|For certain medical conditions and for individuals meeting certain conditions (infants, single parents, etc.), the national or local government may assist in patient cost-sharing (copayments). This is referred to as "public expenditure." Individuals receiving such assistance must apply to Sony Health Insurance.|
Making a declaration to Sony Health Insurance if you do not pay at the hospital
Healthcare provided through public expenditure generally
includes the following care categories. Individuals who do not need
to pay at the hospital due to such assistance must declare such to
Sony Health Insurance. If no declaration is submitted, Sony Health
Insurance will be unaware that public expenditures were used and
will automatically send benefit payments, resulting in receipt of
duplicate benefits, from "the government" and from "Sony Health Insurance."
If you become ineligible for receipt of public assistance
Individuals who become ineligible for receipt of public
assistance are advised to submit an "Application
[for Resumption] of Insurance Benefits Payments" to Sony Health Insurance to have
List of forms related to public assistance
* Submit notices promptly via the individual in charge of health insurance matters at your workplace.
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