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Tua kee anti-PAP blogger has repented?

In Uncategorized on 12/10/2016 at 2:08 pm

They say there are no atheists in foxholes.

Going by what Andrew Loh has written, anti-PAPpies repent and say “Vote PAP” when they see that their medical bills are peanuts? LOL

I would have to pay S$2,348.71 in cash.

So, that’s for the angiography.

And

In the end, I pay $0 in cash. [He’s talking about his very complicated bypass]

As an aside, I would just like to add this: some people have criticised Medishield Life as a rip-off scheme. I don’t think it is. I do know that it is a lifesaver for many poor and elderly folks who worry themselves sick whenever they contemplate going to the doctor’s.

Medishield Life, which is not without flaws, does help, and remember that it is aimed at helping the less well-off with the bigger medical bills.

It is a basic insurance plan, not meant to be a comprehensive one.

For those who can afford it, go get the Integrated Shield Plans offered by insurance companies. They complement Medishield Life.

If you are unable to foot out a one lump sum to pay the bills, you can go to the hospital (mine is SGH) and apply to pay by installments, which is what I intend to do.

http://singaporedaily.net/2016/10/12/went-two-major-medical-operations-much-really-paid/

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  1. They will only realise how much it is being subsidized when they get admit into the hospital. And he is not the first person, I know, who is anti PAP that say thanks to Medishield Life. Still remember how much the scheme is criticized when it is first launched. Say force people to pay more premiums blah blah… .

    Have to concede though that the scheme can be tweaked to be even better.

    Perhaps for govt to win over those anti-PAP is to get them to be warded into the hospital and slapped with a big bill and then Medishield help them to cover most of the cost. :p

  2. this guy is only about 52-year-old and he has not held a proper day job for more than 10 years and he already had a by-pass surgery ?

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