Liaoning to improve the protection of major diseases respect disease become a reality

in life, although the standard of living has been significantly improved, but a lot of people’s savings are not many, especially when suffering from a serious illness, many people have no money to go to the hospital! In 2016, the New Rural Cooperative Medical Association in Liaoning continued to maintain high coverage, the province’s 18 million 471 thousand and 700 rural residents into the new rural cooperative insurance, the resident population participation rate reached 99.19%. With this synchronization, the ability to protect major diseases continued to improve, the province’s total treatment of 193 thousand and 900 patients with major diseases in rural areas, NCMS compensation spending of $1 billion 59 million, an increase of 3.3%, respectively.

according to the Liaoning Provincial Planning Commission Wei introduced last year, Liaoning province NCMS funding standard increased to 570 yuan, of which the government subsidies increased to 40 yuan, up 420 yuan per year; individual contributions increased by 30 yuan, up 150 yuan per year. 2016, the actual financing 10 billion 805 million yuan, an increase of 11.63%. Provincial and above 4 billion 565 million yuan of financial subsidies, accounting for the total amount of financing in the year of 42.25%, more than the city, county (District) the proportion of financial subsidies.

Liaoning improve the protection of major diseases, can afford to become a reality, the majority of farmers dare ill go to the hospital, worried about money is greatly reduced. At the same time, with the increase in the participation of farmers, the benefit has greatly improved. Last year, the province’s farmers benefited 32 million 307 thousand and 800 people, an increase of 11.5%. NCMS compensation spending 9 billion 491 million yuan, an increase of 11.07%. The province’s rural residents of a total of 105 thousand and 900 people suffering from serious illness NCMS reimbursement of public health insurance, illness insurance compensation spending of $467 million, an increase of 17%.

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