The Rising Cost of Global Healthcare
25 November 2015
With the cost of private medical treatment continuing to rise, international health insurance premiums have seen an average increase of 9.2% during the past year according to a recent global report on inflation. The Middle East continues to attract the highest increases globally, with China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Kenya and the UK not far behind. New technology, an increasing demand for private healthcare and increased specialist costs are the main drivers, where global international medical insurance inflation is more than 5% above the global consumer price index.
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