Expected change in medical costs in APAC 2018, by category

In 2018, a total of 55 respondents expect a moderate increase in hospital and inpatient medical costs in the next five years. This was followed by an expected increase in costs related to pharmacies, amounting to 52 respondents.

Expected change in medical costs over the next five years in the Asia Pacific region in 2018, by category

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Source

Release date

November 2018

Region

APAC

Survey time period

July to September 2018

Number of respondents

307 respondents

Special properties

among leading insurers from 77 countries

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

* Behavioral care includes substance abuse cases.

The survey was conducted among 307 leading insurers from 77 countries of which 37 percent of the respondents were from the Asia Pacific region.

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