Student medical insurance will be included in resident medic

The “Opinions of the Government on Integrating and Improving the Medical Insurance Policies for District Residents” was promulgated. In the future, student medical insurance will be included in the “protective umbrella” for residents' medical insurance. In addition to the outpatient specific items and inpatient medical insurance benefits, the medical insurance for college students will also increase the outpatient medical subsidy treatment. This opinion will be implemented from the 2011 settlement year. What are the objects of residents' medical insurance? Apart from the medical insurance for employees, the Opinions stipulate that the people who meet the conditions for the participation in the Social Basic Medical Insurance Administrative Measures shall be included in the medical insurance for the residents except the medical insurance for the employees. Into the resident medical insurance fund unified management. Residents' medical insurance is covered by: (1) Urban residents who have a household registration in this district and who are not entitled to medical insurance for their employees, who are 60 years old or 50 years old or older (referred to as elderly residents). (2) Persons with disabilities who have a household registration in this district and who hold the “Residents' Disability Certificate of the Republic of China” within the working age range and have completely lost or lost most of their ability to work (referred to as severely disabled persons). (3) Students and children (referred to as primary and secondary school students) attending nurseries, kindergartens, elementary schools, junior high schools, high schools, secondary schools, special schools, technical schools and vocational schools (excluding colleges and universities). (4) Elementary and middle school students (abbreviated as children) who have a household registration in this district and who are under the age of 18 weeks and who are not in school, and whose parents are registered in the district. (5) Full-time undergraduate students, full-time postgraduates, and parents who receive general higher education in various full-time higher education institutions (including private colleges, independent colleges, adult colleges and universities) and research institutes in the district. Household registration, college students (referred to as college students) studying in foreign schools. (6) Among the land acquisition projects approved by the district after January 1, 2004, the third and fourth age groups (referred to as land acquisition and maintenance personnel). (7) Unemployed persons (referred to as unemployed persons) who have household registration in this district and who have difficulty in participating in medical insurance for employees within the working age range. (8) In line with the "Notice of the government on supporting the third-line part of the old military workers who have settled in the Soviet Union to implement the living difficulties subsidy and participate in the medical insurance for residents", it is required to support the "three-line" part of the return to Su Dingju "old military workers" (referred to as "third-line personnel"). The government subsidies are averaged at 180 per person per year. According to the regulations, the government finances subsidizes the elderly residents, primary and secondary school students, children, college students and “third-line personnel” in an average of 180 per person per year. The actual funding criteria after the subsidy are approximately 590, 490, 470 and 590 per person per year, respectively. For those who are exempt from paying for the severely disabled persons and those who participate in the medical insurance according to the regulations, the individual is exempted from medical insurance premiums and is fully subsidized by the financial department. The standard of payment for insured individuals and families is: (1) 200 per person per year for elderly residents and “third-line personnel”; (2) 100 per year for primary and secondary school students and children; (3) 80 per year for college students; (4) Unemployment Personnel and household registrations moved to the district for less than 10 years after January 1, 2007. Older residents without pension and medical security pay 380 per person per year. In addition, according to the <Opinions> regulations, the social security agency is transferred from the basic medical insurance fund to the resident medical insurance fund on a monthly basis. The land acquisition and maintenance personnel shall be allocated from the land acquisition cost by the land administration department at the time of land acquisition according to the 15000 standard per person. College students increase outpatient medical care, with a subsidy of 50% within 600. It is reported that in the future, insured college students will increase the outpatient medical subsidy treatment on the basis of the outpatient specific items and the inpatient medical insurance benefits: the participating residents of the medical insurance will be issued the social medical insurance medical record, the social medical insurance certificate and the social insurance. Card (collectively referred to as medical certificate), the insured university student holds the medical expenses in accordance with the prescribed medical expenses incurred in the outpatient clinic of the designated medical institution, and enjoys 50% of the medical insurance fund of the resident medical insurance fund within 600.