MediSave is a national medical savings scheme that helps individuals set aside part of their income to pay for their personal or approved dependents' hospitalisations, day surgeries and selected outpatient treatments. There are withdrawal limits which have been carefully set to ensure that Singaporeans have sufficient savings in their MediSave Account to pay for their basic healthcare needs.
Find out more about the MediSave withdrawal limits here.
The MediSave Maternity Package is a package that allows MediSave to be used to pay delivery expenses, as well as pre-delivery medical expenses such as consultations and ultrasound. You can also submit your non-KKH antenatal invoices
here. To find more information about the MediSave Maternity Package, click
MediShield Life is a basic health insurance, administered by the Central Provident Fund (CPF) Board, which helps to pay for large hospital bills and selected costly outpatient treatments, such as dialysis and chemotherapy for cancer. It has affordable premiums that may be fully paid using MediSave.
To find out more about the coverage of MediShield Life for pre-existing illnesses, click
The Government will also provide significant support to keep premiums affordable, including those who need to pay
Private Medical Insurance (PMI) is a scheme which allows CPF members to use their MediSave savings to buy MediSave-approved Integrated Shield Plans for themselves and their dependents. Dependents refer to a member's parents, spouse, children, grandparents, and siblings.
Each insured person can only have one MediSave-approved Integrated Shield Plan paid with MediSave.
The Ministry of Health has introduced two Medical Claims Authorisation Forms (MCAF).
These consents enable the Ministry of Health (MOH) and Public Healthcare Institutions to facilitate the provision and delivery of government subsidies/assistance, MediSave and MediShield Life coverage when you receive healthcare services. Your authorisation will remain valid until revoked.
Steps on how to fill up the MCAF(S) form:
Steps on how to fill up the MCAF(M) form:
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