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MOH Subsidies for Acute Inpatient Care at Public Healthcare Institutions

Organization : Ministry of Health (MOH)
Facility : Subsidies for Acute Inpatient Care at Public Healthcare Institutions
Country : Singapore
Website : https://www.moh.gov.sg/cost-financing/healthcare-schemes-subsidies

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What is Acute Inpatient Subsidy?

The Ministry of Health provides subsidies for acute inpatient care at our public hospitals to ensure that patients have access to more affordable care. Singapore Citizens and permanent residents who are accommodated in subsidised acute inpatient wards.

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The Ministry of Health (MOH) will be introducing changes to the means-tested subsidy frameworks for services and drugs at our public acute hospitals, community hospitals, as well as specialist outpatient clinics. This is to ensure that our subsidies are better targeted towards those who need it more. These changes will be progressively implemented between 1 September 2022 and 1 January 2023.

How To Apply Acute Inpatient Subsidy?

To Apply Acute Inpatient Care at Public Healthcare Institutions Subsidies, Follow the below steps
Step 1: Go to the above link.
Step 2: Select Facility Type
Step 3: Enter Date of Birth
Step 4: Select Citizenship
Step 5: Click on Apply

Eligibility Criteria

The Eligibility Criteria of Acute Inpatient Care at Public Healthcare Institutions Subsidies is Singapore Citizens and permanent residents who are accommodated in subsidized acute inpatient wards.

Benefits of Acute Inpatient Subsidy

The Benefits of Acute Inpatient Care at Public Healthcare Institutions Subsidies are given below,
** Up to 80% subsidy for Singapore Citizens
** Up to 55% subsidy for Permanent Residents.

Acute Inpatient Subsidy Framework

The Acute Inpatient Subsidy Framework are given below,

From 1 November 2022, subsidies for acute inpatient care will be means-tested based on a patient’s per capita household income (PCHI). A single common subsidy framework for C and B2 Wards will also be applied. The revised subsidy framework is as shown below.

Monthly Per Capita Household Income
(PCHI)1

SCs

PRs

No PCHI

Annual Value2 ≤ $13,000: 80%
Annual Value > $13,000: 50%

Annual Value ≤ $13,000: 50%
Annual Value > $13,000: 25%

$0 < PCHI ≤ $1,800

80%

50%

$1,800 < PCHI ≤ $2,000

75%

42.5%

$2,000 < PCHI ≤ $2,200

70%

35%

$2,200 < PCHI ≤ $2,500

65%

32.5%

$2,500 < PCHI ≤ $2,800

60%

30%

$2,800 < PCHI ≤ $3,100

55%

27.5%

PCHI > $3,100

50%

25%

Revised Acute Inpatient Subsidy Level (B2+ Ward)

Monthly Per Capita Household Income
(PCHI)

SCs

PRs

No PCHI

Annual Value ≤ $13,000: 50%

Annual Value > $13,000: 35%

Annual Value ≤ $13,000: 25%

Annual Value > $13,000: 15%

$0 < PCHI ≤ $1,800

50%

25%

$1,800 < PCHI ≤ $2,000

47.5%

23.75%

$2,000 < PCHI ≤ $2,200

45%

22.5%

$2,200 < PCHI ≤ $2,500

42.5%

21.25%

$2,500 < PCHI ≤ $2,800

40%

20%

$2,800 < PCHI ≤ $3,100

37.5%

17.5%

PCHI > $3,100

35%

15%

Current Acute Inpatient Subsidy Levels (C Ward – effective until 31 Oct 2022)

Individual Monthly Income

SCs

PRs

No Individual Monthly Income

Annual Value1 ≤ $13,000: 80%
Annual Value > $13,000: 65%

Annual Value ≤ $13,000: 55%
Annual Value > $13,000: 32.5%

$3,200 and below

80%

55%

$3,201 – $3,350

79%

39.5%

$3,351 – $3,500

78%

39%

$3,501 – $3,650

77%

38.5%

$3,651 – $3,800

76%

38%

$3,801 – $3,950

75%

37.5%

$3,951 – $4,100

74%

37%

$4,101 – $4,250

73%

36.5%

$4,251 – $4,400

72%

36%

$4,401 – $4,550

71%

35.5%

$4,551 – $4,700

70%

35%

$4,701 – $4,850

69%

34.5%

$4,851 – $5,000

68%

34%

$5,001 – $5,100

67%

33.5%

$5,101 – $5,200

66%

33%

$5,201 and above

65%

32.5%

Current Acute Inpatient Subsidy Levels (B2 Ward – effective until 31 Oct 2022)

Individual Monthly Income

SCs

PRs

No Individual Monthly Income

Annual Value ≤ $13,000: 65%

Annual Value > $13,000: 50%

Annual Value ≤ $13,000: 40%

Annual Value > $13,000: 25%

$3,200 and below

65%

40%

$3,201 – $3,350

64%

32%

$3,351 – $3,500

63%

31.5%

$3,501 – $3,650

62%

31%

$3,651 – $3,800

61%

30.5%

$3,801 – $3,950

60%

30%

$3,951 – $4,100

59%

29.5%

$4,101 – $4,250

58%

29%

$4,251 – $4,400

57%

28.5%

$4,401 – $4,550

56%

28%

$4,551 – $4,700

55%

27.5%

$4,701 – $4,850

54%

27%

$4,851 – $5,000

53%

26.5%

$5,001 – $5,100

52%

26%

$5,101 – $5,200

51%

25.5%

$5,201 and above

50%

25%

Annual Value is the estimated gross annual rent of a property if it were to be rented out, excluding furnishings and maintenance fees. It is determined by IRAS

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