PhilHealth Contribution Not Posted/Remitted? Here’s What You Should Do Next

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In this article, you’ll learn how to fix any discrepancy between your actual and posted Philhealth contributions.

 

What to do if your employer failed to remit your PhilHealth contribution.

If you’re an employee whose PhilHealth contributions are paid via salary deduction, coordinate immediately with your company HR or employer to report about the months with no posted contribution. 

If your employer still doesn’t remit the contributions deducted from your salary, call the PhilHealth hotline at (02) 441-7442 to ask for the procedure on how to file a complaint.

Delinquent employers are fined Php 50,000 for every affected employee, jailed for six to 12 months, or both, according to the court’s discretion.

 

What individually paying members should do.

Check the official receipts of your contribution payments to verify if there’s really an inconsistency in your posted vs. actual payments. 

Then call the PhilHealth hotline to report about the discrepancy. Ask about what you must do to correct your contribution payment history on the PhilHealth’s database. Most likely, you’ll be asked to present your ORs as proof of payment to any PhilHealth office and request for an update of your contribution records.

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