In the first 8 months, the national outpatient expenses were directly settled across the provinces and exceeded 5 million person-times

  Beijing, September 16th (Reporter Li Hongmei) On the 16th, the National Medical Insurance Bureau released information showing that as of August 2021, all 31 provinces and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps have initiated direct settlement of ordinary outpatient expenses across provinces, and each province has at least One of the coordinating areas has been connected to the Internet.

In the first eight months, the national outpatient expenses directly settled more than 5 million people across provinces.

  From January to August of 2021, 5.0617 million outpatient visits were directly settled across the provinces across the country, involving 1.274 billion yuan in medical expenses, 693 million yuan in fund payments, and a fund payment ratio of 54.4%.

Among them, 4.5988 million person-times were directly settled in designated networked medical institutions, involving 1.213 billion yuan of medical expenses, and 632 million yuan paid by the fund; 462,900 people were directly settled in designated networked retail pharmacies, involving 60,754,100 yuan of medical expenses, and the fund paid 60,556,800 yuan.

  In August, the national outpatient expenses were directly settled across provinces for 809,600 person-times, involving 209 million yuan in medical expenses, 110 million yuan was paid from the fund, and the fund payment ratio was 52.6%; the average daily direct settlement was 26,115 person-times, and the average medical expenses were 258.36 yuan per time, the average time per time. The fund paid 135.99 yuan.

Participants who need to handle direct settlement of general outpatient expenses across provinces can use the official account of the National Medical Insurance Administration, the website of the National Medical Insurance Service Platform (https://fuwu.nhsa.gov.cn) or download the "National Medical Insurance Service Platform" APP, Inquire about the opened pilot areas and designated medical institutions, and then file for the record.

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