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Describes the health insurance card you receive when you join health insurance programs
Describes matters such as the conditions required to insure family members and applicable income standards
Information on what to do if you marry
Information on what to do if you divorce
Describes benefits available for childbirth.
Describes benefits available if you take time off from work for childbirth.
Describes the medical care insurance available after you leave your employer
Describes benefits available in the event of death.
When you become sick or injured?
Describes benefits available if you become sick or are injured
Describes benefits available when you incur high medical care costs.
Describes benefits available if you paid the entire medical care cost up front.
Describes benefits available when you receive medical care which requires payment of the difference
Describes benefits available if you take time off from work due to sickness.
Describes benefits available if you receive medical care at home
What to do if you are injured due to the actions of another party, as in the case of a traffic accident or contact with another person during athletic activities
The extent of cases in which you can use health insurance at such clinics is very limited, since a bonesetter's clinic or osteopathic clinic is not an insurance medical care facility and the judotherapists who provide such care are not physicians.