The equalization of
urban residents to share basic public health services is the main goal of the reform of the medical system. It is reported that the level of public health expenditure per capita will be gradually increased, not less than 20 in 2010 and not less than 25 in 2011, exceeding the requirements of 15 and 20.
At present, a series of documents such as “Health Resources Allocation Plan” and “Opinions on Improving Medical Assistance Measures” are being consulted. According to relevant sources, the introduction and implementation of these documents will undoubtedly enable more people to enjoy quality health services and provide timely medical assistance to people in need.
When will the urban residents' medical insurance system be realized? The new medical insurance system of the new rural insurance and urban residents' medical insurance will be integrated, and which groups will be newly included in the scope of protection?
A material provided by the relevant parties shows that the urban residents' medical insurance after the integration The institutional framework is: hospitalization-based and outpatient, covering all residents of the city, including students in school and children under 18 weeks.
The fundraising standard is intended to be 150 per person per year for ordinary residents, and for students in school and less than 18 weeks, 80 per person per year.
In terms of treatment, inpatient and outpatient special diseases, the annual medical expenses are accumulated within 150,000. The fund payment ratio is: 80% for fund reimbursement in community medical institutions and 60% for other medical institutions. For 50%, 80% of the outpatient special diseases are reimbursed. If the medical expenses are accumulated within 600 years, 50% of the community medical care funds will be paid, and 40% of other medical institutions will seek medical treatment.