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09 Sep 2019
SOURCE: CPF Board
#DidYouKnow that you can use your MediSave to pay for various outpatient scans and screenings upon your doctor's advice?
For cancer patients, you can claim up to $600 per year from your MediSave account to pay for your outpatient MRI scans, CT scans, and other diagnostics relating to your cancer treatment.
For the diagnosis or treatment of a medical condition, you can claim up to $300 per year per patient from your MediSave account.
Go for a mammogram for the early detection and diagnosis of breast diseases. A mammogram is recommended once every three years for those above 50. You can claim up to $500 per MediSave account per year for this purpose.
|Description||Withdrawal limit for costs related to procedure||Withdrawal limit for related hospital charges*||Total|
|Colonoscopy screening with removal of polyps||$1,250 / $1,550^||$300||$1,550 / $1,850|
* Refers to hospitalisation costs like laboratory tests, consumables and medication, etc. These costs will be subjected to the per diem limit of $300 per day similar to the MediSave withdrawal limit for all-day surgery procedures.
^ $1,250 refers to colonoscopy with removal of a single polyp, or multiple polyps less than 1cm, while $1,550 refers to colonoscopy with removal of multiple polyps more than 1cm.
Do check with your doctor for your eligibility and to understand the necessary risks and benefits of colonoscopies or whether a fecal immunochemical (FIT) test, which is cheaper and more cost-effective, is a suitable alternative for you.
Information accurate as at 9 September 2019