Despite the tumultuous circumstances that befell the PhilHealth Corp’s management, Filipinos can’t deny the fact that part of their earnings were placed on the system for their benefit.
That said, it’s only appropriate for every PhilHealth member to benefit from their hard-earned money invested as premiums for their health and medical needs. But here’s some good news – now, PhilHealth members can check and monitor their contributions online.
Here’s How You Can Check and Monitor Your PhilHealth Contributions Online
With this update, it should be easier for you to know if there are payments you may have missed or if the details in your account need updating such as your last name (for female members who got married), your address, and the list of your dependents.
To get started, here’s the process released by the agency:
- Create an online account at the PhilHealth member’s portal. Log on to the PhilHealth website at philhealth.gov.ph and click Online Services. You will be taken to the My PhilHealth Portal.
- Click on the Member Portal (Register/Login) link.
- If you do not have an online account with PhilHealth, you can create one by clicking the ‘Create Account’ link at the lower right corner of the PhilHealth pop-up box. If you have previously created an account, you can simply log in using your username and password.
- When creating an account, make sure all your entries are spelled correctly and all the dates you indicate are accurate.
- You will be asked to create a password for your account. Just follow the requirements indicated on the PhilHealth page when creating your password.
- Also, provide a working mobile number and email address when creating your account.
Once you have an account with PhilHealth, you can already check your:
- Personal information
- Employer information
- Dependents list
- Premium contributions
Moreover, you can print out your Member Data Record (MDR) right from your account.
That said, the only thing you cannot do online is to update your personal information. You will have to visit a PhilHealth office to do this as it requires certain documents.
For example, a female PhilHealth member wishes to update her last name on record to her married name. She may do so by submitting a copy of her PSA marriage certificate at a PhilHealth office.
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