Friday, August 12, 2011

What is a PhilHealth MDR (Member Data Record)?

Whenever you need to avail of your PhilHealth benefits, you will always be asked to provide the health care institution (hospital) a copy of your MDR to be attached to the claim forms. For those who are new to the term, an MDR, short for the Member Data Record is a system-generated document being issued by PhilHealth as a primary attachment to the Claim Form 1.


What does the MDR contain?

The document contains the member's basic information such as the PhilHealth Identification Number, full name, address (local and/or foreign), civil status, date of birth, contact information and for those employed or under the KaSAPI Program the PhilHealth number, name and address of the employer or organized group is reflected.

Aside from the basic information of the member, a list of valid dependents (with their complete name, birth date and other info) who may avail PhilHealth benefits are also displayed along with payment information for OFW members and the validity or effectivity date for sponsored members.


What is the purpose of the document?

With the release of PhilHealth Circular No. 07 s-2007, the Member Data Record (MDR) was made a primary document for claim applications which aims to:
  • Reduce incidents of returned claims due to lacking supporting documents;
  • Lessen claims that are doubtful in nature.
In addition to this, prior the implementation of the MDR requirement, members are required to submit supporting documents (e.g. birth certificate of dependent who was confined, marriage contract etc.) to be attached to their claim form in order to avail PhilHealth benefits. Supporting documents are necessary for PhilHealth to establish the relationship of the member and the patient or the person that was confined to prevent unauthorized usage of the member's annual 45-days allowable period. Hence, there is no need for a member with an updated MDR to attach several supporting documents to avail PhilHealth benefits as hospitals may refer to the MDR to establish the relationship of the patient to the member.


What to do if you are not able to get the document?

Although the MDR is a primary document, PhilHealth does not say that a member cannot avail benefits if this document was not provided. For those members that are unable to provide the MDR, the corresponding supporting documents must be attached to the claim forms in order to avail the benefits.


Where do you get this document?

Any PhilHealth Office (with system access) can provide or issue the MDR.

For purposes of consistency and to prevent any problems during availment of benefits, ensure that the MDR is always updated. To update your PhilHealth record refer to this post "How to Update Your Membership Record with PhilHealth".

72 comments:

  1. Speaking as an ordinary PhilHealth member and not as someone who is familiar with the processes and procedures for submitting a claim, I can't really see the point of requiring the attachment of the MDR when it is PhilHealth who is also issuing it.

    Stated another way, bakit kelangan ko pa mag-attach ng kopya ng MDR sa aking claim sa PhilHealth, e ang MDR ay galing sa PhilHealth din?

    Seems redundant, and it is only indicative of PhilHealth's internal inefficiency as it would seem, that the claim processors do not have access to the MDR, so they have to require the member to attach it.

    I can understand the need to attach birth certificates, marriage contracts, etc., if the dependent being claimed for is not in the MDR. But to require the MDR as an attachment when the MDR itself came from PhilHealth? Another requirement which can probably be dispensed with if PhilHealth were a wee bit more efficient.

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    1. If the recipient of the MDR is PHIlhealth there is no point as you mentioned. Pero kung ang patutunguhan ng MDR is ang hospital for record keeping, it does made sense.

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  2. Point well taken. However, members should also note that health care providers (hospitals) are not connected to PhilHealth. They have no idea who are entitled to avail of PhilHealth benefits particularly the dependents since that information may only be available in the MDR or established by providing supporting documents.

    Hence to do away with requiring the member to provide the supporting documents every confinement, they would need to have a copy of the MDR which can be claimed/requested free of charge, compared to the supporting documents such as birth certificates where they have to pay for a copy.

    To simplify the process, the members should not lose the MDR that was issued to them so that they would no longer need to go to PhilHealth for re-issuance unless changes are made to their record. I believe they can just photocopy the MDR and retain the original copy for future reference.

    We do hope that PhilHealth would be able to establish connection with hospitals or provide an online facility in which members can print their MDR to make things easier for the member and for them as well.

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  3. for me Philhealth should ease the process for the members, and i think the member should only show their philhealth card or number and everything will be taken cared of like other health inssurance, inst it philhealth is a health inssurance? why they kept this very scrutinizing process which sometimes members get annoyed of it and waived the claims because of troublesome process and requirements, if it is truely for the benefits of the filipinos why they have this difficult process else make it more easy to members or abolish it and stop requiring every working filipinos to contribute to it even they dont need it specialy if they have a covered medical insurance which can be used more easily or contributing to philhealth that u cant even use even in times of needs. for ofw everytime you get the OEC you are oblidge to pay for philhealth and even u put updates to the form e.i. adding benneficiaries for new member of the family, they are not updating your mdr then when time comes you need the said benefits it is very hard for you to claim it. and the ofw is not there anymore to update the details or takecare of the inefficiencya nd neglegience of philhealth office adn staff.. if it is truely for the people they should make it easy by just showing hospitals and doctors the philhealth members id and number and its hospitals and philhealths part to print the MDR, etc.. members should be treated as nice as they are the contributor and they put money on it forcibly, else if better make it voluntary to those who are willing only, i bet few will because of the service of the said office. officials should use there head and think this way. not just sit there and take a big buck salary from our pocket, remember its peoples money that pays all of you, imagine an ordinary worker is paying you you should go to work and not just sit there. think of better ways to provide the members a better way to avail the benefits or it is intended to make it difficult so few can avail the benefits.

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  4. MDR? whats the use of philhealth cards anyway...

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  5. PhilHealth cards does not reflect your qualified dependents thus, it will be difficult on the part of the hospital to determine if the patient can indeed claim PhilHealth benefits without supporting documents establishing the relationship of the patient to the principal member. The list of dependents qualified to avail PhilHealth benefits is reflected in the MDR of the principal member.

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    1. I see the point which would make it more difficult for health establishments to identify if the dependent is indeed qualified however for first timers who wants to avail this, they will indeed be burdened in cases when the phil health offices are closed(weekends and holidays) and there's a need to get MDR for them to check out which they would have to wait for another working day not to mention they would have to extend their stay in the hospital which affects the bills. Just saying.

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  6. Can the MDR be requested via online?

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  7. PhilHealth has not yet released a Circular as to availability of the MDR in softcopy format.

    Try requesting in their email and see if they would mail a hardcopy of your MDR at info@philhealth.gov.ph

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    1. everything is automated except for philhealth?!knowing that you have numerous members... if only we could have enough resources to pay for our hospital bills we will not be asking for your assistance then.... x_x

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  8. just on my case i am emloyed member but during the time that my mom was confine i am already ending my contract...so wat shud i do?

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    1. Hi if you meet the 3months contribution within a 6month period prior confinement then you can still avail the benefits

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    2. Hi, what if nagresign na po sa and still no job. Ayaw po kasi makipagcooperate nung previous employer ko ayaw pumirma ng CF1. kasi sa updated MDR sila pa din siyempre nakalagay. Paano po ang gagawin.

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  9. I agree with Placebo and Anonymous (Nov 9, 2011 11:51 PM). Make a way to continously improve the process. Having to get and fill in so much forms to avail the benefits is so backward thinking. Stop complicating things that can be done simply. If Philhealth card don't reflect everything that you need, then make a way to make the card more useful than just a mere ID. We're already in the cyber era; there should be less physical papers to process anymore.

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  10. thank you very much! I keep asking around where to find MDR, good thing I found out about it online in your blog. Salamat philhealth101!

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  11. I am an OFW. When i went home last November 2010 for my annual vacation, I personally processed my OEC and I paid the annual premium of Philhealth in POEA office in the same month/year. So it is understood that my coverage would be up to November 2011. But due to global recession, my employer in UAE instructed me to extend my vacation in the Philippines because we have no available project at that time. Unfortunately, my employer terminated my employment during my extended vacation thus i was obliged to work locally and I was employed by a company in the Philippines last April 2011. I informed that local company that I already paid my premium up to November 2011 but nonetheless, they keep on deducting monthly premiums from my salary until I resigned last August 2011 because I got a job offer here in Saudi Arabia. So again I paid for the annual premium before leaving the country last August 2011 which I understand will cover me up to August 2012. Now HERE IS THE PROBLEM.. My son is in the hospital now. So my wife went to the nearest Philhealth office in our place to get my updated MDR and she brought with her the copy of my OEC which clearly indicates that I paid last AUGUST 2011. But to my wife's surprise and to my disgust, MY MDR ONLY REFLECTED MY PAYMENT UP TO NOVEMBER 2011. Ang sabi doon sa Philhealth office (San Carlos City Pangasinan)Di pa daw nagreremit ang OWWA? OWWA????? HeLLO!!! What does OWWA have to do with PHILHEALTH CONTRIBUTIONS?? Ang alam ko po, PHILHEALTH mismo ang komokolekta dun sa POEA office at di kung sino pa mang opisina. This employee of Philhealth has an apparent lack of knowledge for his/her job and doesn't deserve to be there. But the question is... SAAN PO NAPUNTA ANG IBINAYAD KO? SAAN NAPAUNTA YUNG MILYON MILYON NA IBINAYAD NG MGA OFW? According to Statistics, 3000 Pinoys leave the Philippines as OFW daily. And assuming na di nagremit yung POEA office nila (I Find this very very weird) mula nung umalis ako 8 months (240 days) ago times the amount of 900 pesos times 3000 OFW's leaving daily EQUALS A WHOOPING 648 MILLION PESOS.SINO PO NAGTATAGO NG PERA NA TO? SINO NAKAKAALAM? ALAM PO BA NI PRESIDENT NOYNOY 'TO? May magsa SUFFER at may MAGPAPAKASASA? Anlaki na ng bill namin sa ospital now at di namin alam kng sino malalapitan sa problemang to. PILIPINAS... GANITO KA NA LANG BA FOREVER??? AKALA KO BA MATUWID NA ANG DAAN? GUSTO KO NA MANIWALA NA YUNG MATUWID NA DAAN AY DI PANG KARITON OR JEEPNEY OR TRICYCLE.. KUNDI PANG PORSCHE LAMANG!

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    1. As far as we know the philhealth payment are integrated in the owwa payment, hence the money would end up with owwa first and then remitted to philhealth. However, i think that philhealth will be able to update your mdr upon request and copy of the poea receipt and issue a new mdr. You can try to email philhealth directly at info@philhealth.gov.ph to inquire if you can just attach a copy of your receipt and mdr to avail philhealth benefits.

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  12. im also a OFW for almost 8 years,lasy year that was june2011,my had a major operation,ibeen to poea in the philhealth section to claim d benefits as ofw,pero pagdating ko dun ipinasa pasa lang ako kung saan saan,in short walang nangyari sa pagpunta ko,wala rin akong nakuhang tulong mula sa philhealth.umabot ng 600k peso ang nagastos sa opera ni piso walang naitulong ang philihealth,ngyn,april,2012,kailngan n nmn ngtatay ko magpaopera sa puso at malaking halaga ang kakailnganin,hindi ko alam ngyn kung saan at paano ang gagawin,lalo pa ngayon nsa labas ako ng bansang pilipinas ang alam lang ay mangurakot lalo na sa mga ofw.magaling lng sa pagcolleka ng pera,pag sila na ang kailngan mo,babaliwalain ka na....anyone who can help me how to process while im here in uae?hopeing for someones reply and concern about my situation,i really need now.i want to be by my own pocket but i dont have enough for the operation bcoz last year i spent all my saving for my brothers sake..:(

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    1. Ang ibinayad sa philhealth thru the poea ay usually good for one year coverage. Hence para sa tuloy tuloy na coverage ay kailangan magbayad ng premium bago ma expire ang validity period. Ang validity period ay naguumpisa sa araw ng pagbabayad. Ang benepisyo naman ay diretsong ikinakaltas ng ospital sa total bill. Portion lang po ang sagot ng Philhealth sa ngayon at hindi ang buong magagastos sa ospital.

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    2. my aunt is confined, can she avail of the philhealth benefits, wherein her husband is currently in Hongkong as OFW.

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    3. As long as the confinement date falls within the validity of her husband's PhilHealth eligibility, then she would be able to avail benefits provided other conditions on availment is complied with such as confinement shld be in an accredited hospital etc.

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  13. What are the supporting documents needed, if MDR is not updated(employer), i had a copy of my previous MDR, i already accomplised cert of contribution (current emplyer) together with the receipt of premuims paid. but the hospital required me to submit a copy of updated MDR, it is imposible to me to leave my daughter alone in the hospital.

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    1. If your employer reflected in the mdr is not updated, you might be able to coordinate with your employer to submit an ER2 for PhilHealth to update your profile. The ER2 serves as a certification that you are indeed employed there. You can ask a representative to hand over the ER2 and immediately get a copy of your mdr with your authorization letter and valid ID. The hospital might be just confirming as the claim form 1 will be signed by your current employer which is different from that declared in your mdr.

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  14. I'm a seafarer. I've been a member of Philhealth since my first contract last 2007. My company (Maerskline) is the one deducting my salary for the monthly premiums or, I'm not sure if it's deducted monthly or for the whole year from my contract's duration (6 months every contract). In 2010, I got married but was not able to update my MDR up to now. My wife is pregnant with our first child at present and since she's not working anymore, she has not continued paying for her personal membership and so we will use my own. My contract will end last week of August 2012 and my wife is due to deliver around October or November. Is it still covered even if I am planning on staying home for vacation until December 2012? Where do I go to update my MDR? I also wish to iclude my 8 year-old step-daughter as dependent (her child from her 1st marriage which has been legally annulled)? What pertinent papers do I need to submit? Please help. Thanks.

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    1. You need to ensure that premiums are up-to-date to prevent possible availment problems. Submit a fully accomplished Philhealth Membership Registration Form (PMRF) to reflect your wife and step daughter. Attach their birth certificates and your marriage contract.

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  15. nawala po ang receipt ko ng binayaran ng philhealth, pwede po kaya ako ulet makakuha ng copy non sa office nio? kahit proof lang po na bayad ako? kasi macoconfine po ako eh. thanks

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    1. pwede ka mag request ng certification sa PhilHealth. Gawa ka ng request letter ilahad mo kung anong nangyari and then ibigay sa malapit na PhilHealth, mas mabuti kung ang pagbibigyan mo na branch nila ay kung saan ka nagbayad para mas mabilis sila magverify.

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  16. gd morning po pano po b malalaman kung kylan drating yung check last nov 2011 yung operation,tnx po

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    1. pwede po b nkita yon sa website nyo??? tnx ulit po

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    2. Kung direct file kayo, kailangan niyo tumawag dun sa pinagdalhan ninyo ng claim to follow-up.
      Normally ay mina-mail po ang check based on the address na nakalagay sa record sa PhilHealth.

      I-try nyong kontakin ang call center ng PhilHealth possible na makita nila kung anong nangyari sa reimbursement ninyo.

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    3. Kung bumalik sa PhilHealth ang check dahil mali o hindi updated ang address sa record, pwede ninyo i-request na mag-issue ulit ng bago as long as ung dating check ay nasa custody ng PhilHealth.

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  17. paki reply po para malaman namin

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  18. kung hindi rin lang maibalik ng philhealth sa 900.00 pesos ang premium ng OFW, kung pwede wag nalang implement sa amin ang premium na yan, tutal wala naman kaming pakinabang jan, at marami pang pasiko-sikot na proseso pag nag-claims ka, at minsan di ka pa makapag-claims, masakit pa sa kalooban!

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  19. Pwede bang mag request ng MDR thru email..
    May work kasi ako at sunday lang ang off..
    Then pag nagpunta ka nman sa Branch ng Philhealth bka ma high blood ka lang sa haba ng pila tapos makita mu mga emplyado nila eh nakikipag tsismisan pa...
    Like my experienced before, magtatanung lang aku kung nagawa na ung ID ko,tapos papipilahin pa aku, eh panu pag aku na sunod sa pila eh wala pa rin pala...HIRAP DBA?....
    ewan ko ba......parang lahat ng mga gov't.documents na kukunin mu eh ganun, dami pila....hek.hek.hek.....
    PANU KAYA KUNG BIGYAN SILA NG MGA QUOTA ''bka sakaling bumilis sila"

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    1. pwede mo i-try mag-email sa info@philhealth.gov.ph para i-request ang kopya ng iyong MDR. Baka maaari nila itong ibigay through email or snail mail.

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  20. Thanks to Philhealth Olongpapo. I got my updated MDR for only 20 minutes. Basta complete requirements, nagbabayad ang company, at maaga ka mag claim, no hassle. :-)

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  21. Pwede bang relative ang manghingi ng MDR ng member? I'm still recuperating dito sa haus and kung ganyan ka-hassle sa PhilHealth baka naman mabinat ako non.

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  22. Automatic reply: MDR INQUIRY
    Date: Oct 1, 2012 5:02 PM

    Good day! Please be informed that this email account "info@philhealth.gov.ph" has been deactivated. All inquiries, queries, requests, complaints and other concerns shall now be coursed through actioncenter@philhealth.gov.ph

    Thank you.

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  23. does the employer liable for not updating on time the mdr of his employee and what is the allowable leadtime for the employer to update the mdr of his employee?

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  24. What are the supporting documents if MDR is not available?

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  25. gud afternoon po pwd qo po ba mkuha yung account # qo sa philhealth nwala kc ung id qo peo magcchange status na rin aq shellane simporios oblefias,january 08,1982.....tnx a lot

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  26. gud day.. paano ko malalaman kung sino ang mga beneficiary ng papa ko? OFW kasi siya.. gusto ko lang malaman kung kasama ba ang lola ko sa beneficiary niya.

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    1. Try to call the call center, they will be able to determine if kasama ang lola mo sa list of dependents ng father mo.

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  27. MADAMI NA PO AKONG HULOG SA PHILHEALTH SINCE 1997 BAKIT HINDI PO NAMIN MAGAMIT-GAMIT ITO, 2012 NA PO MAY PAKINABANG PA HO BA ANG HULOG NAMIN? SAAN PO BA NPUPUNTA YUNG NAIHULOG NA NAMIN? BAKA HO KASE MAS MAINAM PANG MAG BANKO.

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  28. MADAMI NA PO AKONG HULOG SA PHILHEALTH SINCE 1997 BAKIT HINDI PO NAMIN MAGAMIT-GAMIT ITO, 2012 NA PO MAY PAKINABANG PA HO BA ANG HULOG NAMIN? SAAN PO BA NPUPUNTA YUNG NAIHULOG NA NAMIN? BAKA HO KASE MAS MAINAM PANG MAG BANKO. <<----ganito din po ang kaso namin, hindi po namin magamit kase 3 mons po kaming hindi nakapaghulog ayaw naman pong kasing tanggapin nung binabayaran namin. pwede po bang bawiin nalang yung hinulog namin para magamit nalang?

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    1. Para maiwasan ang ganyang sitwasyon, kailangan lang po natin na regular at timely ang pagbayad ng ating contributions dahil meron pong tinatawag ang PhilHealth na sufficient regularity of payment para makapag claim.

      Ang mga dating hulog ay magagamit pa dahil ito ay nagiging basehan kung tayo ay eligible mapabilang sa Lifetime Member kung saan makakatanggap tayo ng benepisyo mula sa PhilHealth kahit hindi na tayo naghuhulog ng ating contribution. Magiging eligible tayo as Lifetime kung tayo ay may edad na 60yrs pataas at nakapaghulog na ng 120 monthly contributions. So hindi rin po nabababalewala o masasayang ang mga dati ninyong naihulog.

      Hindi po nare-refund ang contribution natin dahil ayon sa PhilHealth, ang premiums ay inilalagay sa isang account o pondo lang kung saan ginagamit upang mabayaran ang mga benefits ng nagkakasakit. Hence, magkasakit o hindi ang miyembro nasa pool o account lang po ang pera.

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  29. Inakupu! baka mangyari din sa amin iyang nangyari sa inyo po.

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  30. panu po malalaman ung record ko sa philhealth san ako pupunta

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    1. pwede ka magpunta sa kahit na anong malapit na branch sa iyo para i-check ang iyong record sa PhilHealth.

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  31. nagtaas na po ba ang hulog sa philhealth? kc dati P100 lang ngaung january 2013 naghulog ang mother ko naging P150 na daw.

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    1. Yes, ngayong january ay nagtaas na ang premium rate ng PhilHealth. We will try to postthe new bracket. Ang dati kasi expected na increase this year ay 200 per month, pero mukhang ibinaba muna sya. We will try to get the details and post as soon as possible

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  32. pwede ba kumuha ng mdr or ID kahit hindi ka employed

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    1. Yes, maaari kang kumuha ng ID o MDR as long as registered member ka ng PhilHealth.

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  33. hindi ko po maalala kung naging member ako ng philhealth dati noong nagwowork pa ako as regular employee sa isang company from 96-97, paano ko po malalaman kung naging member na nga po ba talaga ako? at kung hindi naman po ay pwede pa rin po ba ako mag apply for membership kahit na member na ang husband ko who's employed and ako naman po ay housewife. thanks and GOD bless you.

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  34. hi! who is suppose to get the MDR from Philhealth the employer or the employee? when claiming? thanks.

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  35. hi.pano po ma activate ang philhealth kung na expire na ang validity nito.indigent category.sana po masagot..salamat po.

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  36. Good day po!

    Mag-cla-claim po kami ng benefits pero hinahanapan po kami ng "resibo" ng PhilHealth ng last payment. Ang problem po ay hindi na namin mahapan. Wala po bang record ang PhilHealth nun? Di po ba sa kanila kami nagbayad? Di dapat po may record sila nun. Ano po kaya ang pwede naming gawin?

    Thanks po in advance! :)

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  37. hi, pwede ba akong mag update ng mdr kahit saang philhealth branch? tnx..

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  38. kalalabas lang ng mom ko sa hospital this morning. Kahapon pa sana,pero wala kaming malaking cash pambayad sa hospital. may philhealth sya,sponsored ng government sa pangasinan pero expired na nga lang.tas ung sa dati nyang work,hinuhulugan naman.pero,she lost her job last year,kaya nahinto na ring mahulugan yong philhealth nya.nong gagamitin na namin,hindi daw pala pwede.dapat pala,tuloy2 pa rin ang hulog kasi kung nahinto,bale wala.hindi rin magagamit. ang alam kasi namin,once you're a member of philhealth at nahulugan mo na sya,parang may pondo ka na dun at anytime na nahospitalized ka,magagamit mo yun.hindi kasi inexplain ng philhealth yun.or di lang namin narinig.kung hindi pa siguro nahospital mom ko,hndi pa nmin mlalaman.sayang,andaming naihulog dun kasi almost 5 years nagwork si nanay.tas nong kailangan ng tulong sa philhealth,wala na.imbes na may pang gamot sya,wala na kasi naubos sa hospital bill...pprayer nalang pag asa namin na sana kahit hndi mabili lahat ng gamot,gagaling pa rin sya

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  39. itatanung ko lang po, mag aaply po ako ng philhealth ko ngaun april at mangaganak po ako sa july magagamit q na po ba ung maternity benifits q?? at makakakuha na po ba ako ng MDR?? requirments po kasi un ng hospital.. thank and please i need po ng response.

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  40. pede po ba kumuha ng mdr na nkalagay pa ung dependent khit 21+ na cya kelangan po kc mapa rehistro sa twing kukuha po kc ng mdr d na napapasama ung name ng dependent ko over21 na daw kc kailangan nya kc ng katunayan para makakuha ng nso birth cert

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  41. tanong ko lang po,Seafer po ang asawa ko,since 2008,dati po siyang philhealth member,ask ko lang po,di ba po ang mga ofw ang kinakaltasan ng philhealt<wala po kasi ang office nila dito kaya hindi po ako makahingi ng ER2 at MDR,manganganak na po ako this month,makaka avail po ba ako sa philhealth?

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  42. an i update my mdr through online?

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  43. Hello po. nagwork po ako sa Pinas from 2008 to 2011.. from 3 different companies. Lhat ng deductions ginawa s salary ko including n tong PhilHealth kaso wala daw akong PhilHealth number. So pag nagttnong kme ang snsb birthday lang daw nmin ung reference ID namin. nag aborad npo kasi ako after my last job. And at that time, hnd nman kasi pa ako concern s mga deductions na yan so hnd ako nagbother mag ask. Pero just recently lang mejo nggng aware nko so nag patry ako mag ask sa PhilHealth thru my frend and they said the same thing. Tapos sabi pa mag register nlng daw ako online to get an ID. I just wonder if pag kumuha nba ako ng ID lalabas b don ung previous contributions ko? I sent them an email -- nkita ko you posted their email from one of the comments above,. just hoping na I can get some answers from you too. It would be nice if all of these can be done online.. or kahit na ung payment thru remittance na lang sana.

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  44. gudpm po, 3 yrs. n po akong gov't employee ngaun, ask ko lng po kung pwede ko bng gamitin ung dati kong MDR na self employed plang aq noon? isa po ksi ito sa mga requirements ko para ma avail ko ung philhealth ko sa panganganak ko o need na po tlga ung latest na MDR ko ngaung nasa gov't n po ako? mahirap n po kasi sa akin ang magbyahe pra magrequest ng bgong MDR. tnx po and hoping for ur reply?

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  45. san po pwedeng makakuha ng certification of contribution at ano po ang kailangang requirements pra po sa pagrequest nito? tnx po.

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  46. good pm po pano po kng 1 year na or more na d nkkhulog sa philhealth? pwd po bng ituloy ang pag hulog?







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  47. ano po ba ang purpose bakit kasama sa requirement ng new employer ang MDR?

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  48. My MDR does not show the name of my current employer. Ok lang po ba yun? Hindi ba magkakaproblema sa pagclaim?

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  49. 1st.....
    ofw po ako, nag bayad po ako ng annual fee last march 2014, pero po ibang company n po.. ok lang po ba un??.. di ko na iup-date ang current company ko sa phil health 2 years ang contract ko doon....pwede b mag update ang kapatid ko?
    2nd po.
    ang mama ko may lung cancer stage 4.. sabi sa form pwede ko gawing dependent cya kahit 57 yrs plang cya, basta mg bigay lang ako ng medical result nya.... e ala n po ako sa pinas,,, pwede po bang mag update o mag ayos ng philhealth ko ang kapatid ko? please reply.. thanks...

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  50. gd day...pano at saan mag followup nang information tungkol sa mdr? mali kac yung spelling nang pangalan ko tapos may dalawa aqong anak at hindi nlagay sa mdr ko bilang dependent ko...

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  51. can i get the mdr of my brother?because his not here in the philippines..if yes what do i need to bring?

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