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The website hibc.gov.bc.ca is a government run site that serves to
inform residents of British Colombia about health insurance,
specifically Medical Services Plan (MSP) and PharmaCare programs, and to
answer any questions that residents may have about health insurance.
www.hibc.gov.bc.ca also allows residents to submit various forms concerned with the service, such as an MSP Account Change, CareCard Replacement, Address Change for Persons Moving Within BC, and Permanent Move Outside BC forms. These forms are included in electronic form and can be submitted electronically, but information is also included on how to send them in physically. Information and forms for group insurance is also included on the site, this information being for groups offering insurance plans such as employers and unions. Forms include Application for Group Enrolment, and Group Change Request forms. Health care professionals can also get information and submit forms concerning health care from the site, including the Pay Patient Claim and Pay Practitioner Claim forms.
Aside from these three primary sections, the site includes a few sub-sections with further data. One such section is the Status Report page, which provides publicly accessible quarterly reports for Health Insurance BC, extending as far back as April 2005 up to the present. These reports include status updates for the organization, various performance reports for that quarter's service levels, a summary of plans to improve performance, and a summary of actions taken during that quarter.
Another sub-section of the website is the Frequently Asked Questions page, which answers information in the three categories: Medical Services Plan (MSP), Drug Coverage, and Medical Supplies Coverage. The only other section on the website is a page with contact information, contact information being organized into the three same sections as the FAQ, along with additional sections for contacting Health Insurance BC, PharmaCare, and the Ministry of Health.