News - Taiwan: Health insurance reform plans not earlier than 2012

March 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Mar2011, p47
Trade Publication
The article reports that the controversial health insurance reform plan in Taiwan is expected to be implemented by 2012 under the supervision of new health minister Chiu Wen-ta who took office in early 2011. The plan is included in the National Health Insurance Act passed by the legislature in January and it aims to ease the health insurance burden.


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