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National Diabetes Reference Materials - An initiative under the War on Diabetes
Government Subsidies Available at public specialist outpatient clinics (SOCs), polyclinics and CHAS GPsRefer to government subsidy pages for more information
Employee benefits/Private Medical Insurances (PMIs)
MediSave/Chronic Disease Management Programme (CDMP)Refer to MediSave pages for more information
Out-of-pocket payment (OOP) This is determined after deducting government subsidies, available employee benefits and private medical insurances, and the amount that the patient wishes to deduct from MediSave
at subsidised specialist outpatient clinics (SOCs) and polyclinics
^To receive subsidies for Public SOC visits, you will first need to be assessed and referred by a CHAS clinic or polyclinic. The doctor will refer you to a Public SOC as a subsidised patient where eligible
*Children (18 years or younger) and elderly (65 or older) already receive 75% subsidy for subsidised medications at the polyclinics
#The AV of your home is the estimated annual rent if it is rented out. It is assessed by IRAS.
From 1 November 2019
Refer to MediSave pages for the list of chronic conditions under the Chronic Disease Management Programme (CDMP) for CHAS Chronic conditions
1Patients can tap on accounts of immediately family members (i.e. spouse, parents and children); Patients who are SC/PR can tap on grandchildren’s and sibling's MediSave
2Patient’s own and spouse’s account may be used, provided spouse is also ≥ 60 years old