Health Insurance Firms Likely Big Beneficiaries Of Expanded Public/Private Health Care In Southeast Asia
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Health insurance is spreading rapidly across Southeast Asia as public systems expand basic offerings of drugs and care and higher incomes drive demand for cutting edge treatments, according to a study by international consultant Roland Berger.
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