Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/. Citizens can obtain cervical cancer care and
services from more than 30 public and private hospitals with contracts with the
Health Insurance General Office, such as National Cancer Center, Central
Military Hospital, Songdo, and Second State Central Hospital.


If hospitals under contract with the Health Insurance Office
charge additional fees from citizens, they can report it to the “Customer
Contact Center” at 1800-1363.


Resolution No. 01 of 2022
of the National Council of Health Insurance stipulates that Health Insurance
will cover 100 percent of the cost of all types of cancer care and services.
Within the framework of this resolution, health insurance finances MNT 628,000
for drug treatment of this illness and MNT 3,043,000-4,526,000 for surgical
care services depending on the surgical equipment and complications.

As a result, as of last August, 172 insured persons participated
in cervical cancer care and services and improved their quality of life. Health
Insurance Office provided MNT 362 million to the Health Organizations to pay
for their treatment.