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Introducing the State of Health Insurance Report 2021-2022

We are pleased to announce that our latest edition of the State of Health Insurance Report 2021-2022 is available for you to download. The free all-in-one report covering the state of health insurance, both regionally and globally, brings together all the latest trends, tips, case studies, and know-how from the world of health insurance. Let’s briefly review the report in this Pacific Prime Hong Kong article, or feel free to view our infographic for a snapshot of the main findings.

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What is the state of health insurance globally in 2021-2022?

For this year’s State of Health Insurance Report, we noted many interesting (but also ongoing) trends and findings from around the world. We learned that healthcare needs continue to grow and that the health insurance industry is experiencing a surge in artificial intelligence (AI) and Big Data innovations. Undoubtedly, both are spurred on by the increased use of telehealth and changing consumer behavior.

The report also goes over COVID-19’s legacy and its impact on health equality, the significance of data and how it’s being used, and how health insurers are reacting to change and development post-pandemic.

For more on the above, you can download the report for FREE.

Our contributors to the State of Health Insurance Report 2021-2022

At Pacific Prime, we have robust, long-term relationships with some of the world’s top insurance providers. This is why we chose to invite thought-leaders from Allianz, AXA, Bupa, Cigna, and WBN to provide their honest tips, perspectives, and outlook on the health insurance industry. You will also discover what they are offering, as well as noteworthy news and developments.

What is the state of health insurance in Hong Kong?

Our report goes over a number of findings in Hong Kong that collectively have an impact on the health insurance industry. A major finding was that the COVID-19 pandemic spurred expats to leave the financial hub, influencing the types of plans available and what insurers can provide. And advances in technology meant that people were seeking plans online as behaviors changed. Furthermore, there’s an increased demand for holistic wellness programs by corporations.

Yuman Chan, General Manager at Bupa Hong Kong, also provided his take on the situation for corporate clients. He said:

“Our corporate clients have high expectations for insurers to understand how the pandemic has impacted their employees, and the suggestions from insurers to tailor related support. They are more sensitive to price, given budget constraints, value, and a differentiated offering to balance talent retention and cost.”

Get a FREE copy of the State of Health Insurance Report 2021-2022

With so much to learn from the report, what’s stopping you from accessing this rich resource? It’s time to download your copy of the State of Health Insurance Report 2021-2022 today. And if you want to speak to an advisor, you’re more than welcome to contact the Pacific Prime Hong Kong team here.

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Content Creator at Pacific Prime Hong Kong
Jimmy is a content writer who helps simplify insurance for readers interested in international private medical insurance. He is on a mission in Thailand to support locals, expatriates, and businesses by bring the latest news and updates to his Pacific Prime blog articles.

His expert view and wealth of knowledge on insurance can also be found in his blogs for China, Dubai, Hong Kong, and Singapore.