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ActiveLink Health Bulletin: Issue 4, April 14

(As of April 14, 2020)

This week, the Philippines’ coronavirus cases is the highest among Southeast Asia.

As global cases surpassed 1.8 million and a death toll of more than 100,000, one of the growing concerns of many is access to healthcare facilities, and the cost of getting treatment for COVID-19. The country’s state-run insurance agency announced that they will cover the financial cost of getting treatment for COVID-19. However, patients admitted starting April 15 will get coverage based on a recomputed case rate.

You could also check these other developments:

  • Costing studies of pneumonia treatment versus HMO claims of inpatient pneumonia availment
  • Researchers think there is a reverse correlation between anti-tuberculosis vaccination and COVID-19
  • PhilHealth shoulders cost of COVID-19 treatment, case rate packages apply starting April 15
  • 16 hospitals that reached maximum capacity for COVID-19 admission
  • DSWD’s cash assistance under the Social Amelioration Program (SAP)
  • DTI’s enhanced operation guidelines for BPO companies

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