5000 dirhams fine for allowing others to use "health insurance"
The decision includes 43 violations, with fines amounting to 20 thousand dirhams.
The Department of Health in Abu Dhabi issued a decision regarding the schedule of violations and administrative fines related to health insurance, which targets companies and employers, the most prominent of which is the value of the violation for using the insurance policy for others, which amounts to 5000 dirhams.
The decision included 43 violations, the value of one administrative fine for each, ranging between 100 dirhams and 20 thousand dirhams, and among the most prominent new offenses is allowing others to use the insurance policy, and the insurance company or claims management company not paying the value of the health services due.
The most prominent new offenses include a fine for the employer not to pay the cost of health services or medical intervention in emergency situations for the persons assigned to participate in health insurance in the event that he does not involve them, and the fine is 1000 dirhams for each case, in addition to the fine for failure to pay the insurance company or claims management company The value of the health services due or delay in payment on the date specified in the contract between any of them and the health care provider, and the fine is 20 thousand dirhams for each case.
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