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PhilHealth Support Value Survey

PHRR170608-001556

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PhilHealth Support Value Survey

The project is to conduct Support Value Survey to determine the level of support value of PhilHealth in-patient benefits against the patients’ total actual hospitalization cost. 

Study Design: The study is purely a descriptive cross-sectional study covering the period January 2015 to December 2015.
Study Population: To determine the support value of PhilHealth in 2015, HPI reviewed the statement of accounts and/or PhilHealth’s Form 2 of patients admitted in various selected public and private hospitals across the country.
Site of the Study: The study was nationwide in scope.
Study Plan: The proponent employed a multistage systematic random sampling.

Regime Classification Priority
2010 - 2016 Health Financing Financial Risk Protection
Start Date Duration in Months Target Completion Date Actual Completion Date
2016-09-01 6 2017-03-01 0000-00-00

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Institution Classification Region LTO #
Health Perspective Inc None NCR
Institution Classification Region LTO #
Philippine Health Insurance Corporation Government NCR
Institution Amount Region
Philippine Health Insurance Corporation N/A NCR
Name Expertise Affiliation
Maria Ofelia O. Alcantara, MD, MPH Health Policy, Health Financing Health Perspective Inc
Manolito Novales, MPM Health Financing Health Perspective Inc
Leonardo A. Alcantara, MD, MPH Health Systems Health Perspective Inc

Level of support value of PhilHealth In-patient Benefits against the patients’ total actual hospitalization cost

The results of this survey will be able to provide Philhealth with a more accurate information in one aspect of its performance, benefit payment or the support value. Results of the study will help gauge PhilHealth’s contribution in the overall reduction of financial risk to its members. It will also help in providing vital information to shape the policy directions for reducing financial risk and improving health financing mechanisms especially for the marginalized sector.

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01 Sep 2016

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