TITLE

Healthcare reform in Hog Kong presents opportunity for constructive change

AUTHOR(S)
Andrew Wong; Hak-Hong Soo
PUB. DATE
March 2015
SOURCE
Asia Insurance Review;Mar2015, p68
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article examines the opportunities for changing healthcare system and health insurance market in Hong Kong with the proposed Voluntary Health Insurance Scheme (VHIS). Topics discussed are the requirements for hospital and surgical indemnity insurance plans, the plan of the government to administer a high-risk insurance pool, and the need for the government to work with medical service providers, and the importance of VHIS to expanding health protection in Hong Kong.
ACCESSION #
101667746

 

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