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State of Health Insurance in Hong Kong Report

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The International Private Medical Insurance (IPMI) industry is ever-evolving; every year, there are emerging trends and challenges that shape the solutions and services offered by insurance providers.
The State of Health Insurance in Hong Kong Report is the industry's first-ever report that encapsulates the major trends, changes, and issues facing the IPMI industry in Hong Kong and globally - as told by our insurance consultants and 3 prominent insurance companies: Aetna, Bupa Global, and Cigna.
Click here to view our analysis on the state of health insurance in 2020.
Here's a brief rundown of the main challenges and issues facing Hong Kong-based individuals and businesses in 2019:
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Pacific Prime Hong Kong - Difficulty for insurers to set up hospital networks

Difficulty for insurers to set up "hospital networks"

Setting up a network of medical providers is a popular cost containment method utilized by insurers in most countries. As there's only a limited number of hospitals in Hong Kong, this method of battling increasing costs is rendered ineffective.

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Cost containment

As medical insurance costs continue to inflate in Hong Kong, individuals and businesses alike are finding ways to reduce their premiums by introducing co-pays or lowering benefit levels.

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More groups are cutting maternity benefits

There was a noticeable increase in the number of groups cutting maternity benefits, as 2018 saw another year of particularly high maternity insurance premium hikes.

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Mental health coverage

More businesses in Hong Kong are making an effort to include mental health coverage in their employee benefits and wellness solutions.

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