China’s Public Hospitals To Dance As Private Insurance Gains Traction?
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
China’s health insurance sector, currently accounting for just 3% of the total insurance market, is slowly gaining momentum. Growth catalysts are rapidly emerging, given that as the country transforms itself into a value-added economy, public hospitals are coming under mounting pressure to control costs and improve quality, both areas in which commercial insurers have a strong role to play, experts say.
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