MSD Health Insurance Society

MSD Health Insurance Society

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After you leave your employer

You will lose your eligibility for membership in the Health Insurance Society after you leave your employer. Join the appropriate medical care insurance system based on your needs and circumstances.

Return your health insurance card when you leave your employer

Applies to: Insured persons leaving employment and their dependents
Required documents:
  • Health insurance cards (for the insured person and all dependents)
  • Elderly benefits card (if issued)
  • "Maximum Co-payment Certificate"(for person issued)
  • "Certificate of Receipt of Medical Expenses to treat a specified Disease"(for person issued)
Deadline: Within five days after the date of loss of eligibility
Address inquiries to:

MSDKK and MSDGK Employee :Payroll Inc
MSD AH KK :i6 TG Inc. in charge of AH

ORGANON KK :i6 TG Inc. in charge of ORGANON
Notes: Please return the health insurance cards and other Certificates of the applicable family member immediately after your loss of eligibility for health insurance coverage. If you and your family member see a physician using you and your family health insurance card after loss of eligibility for health insurance coverage, you will be required to return the relevant medical expenses.

If you wish to remain a member of the Health Insurance Society

Applies to: Insured persons who have been insured continuously for at least two months prior to leaving employment
How to apply ※There is no in-company mail box to Value HR, Health Insurance BPO Center, send it directly by post mail.
Required documents:
Deadline: Within 20 days after the date of loss of eligibility of the insured person
(No later than 20 days to Value HR, Health Insurance BPO Center, in charge of MSD)
Address inquiries to:
Notes: In order to remain a member of the MSD Health Insurance Society, within 20 days after you leave your employer, you need to apply for certification as a voluntarily and continuously insured person. You can be a voluntarily and continuously insured person for up to two years.

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