Insider Analysis From L.E.K. Consulting On The Private Health Insurance Market In China: Business As Usual Or Breakthrough Imminent?
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
In the midst of China’s massive healthcare reforms, including focus on expanding health insurance coverage, one area has not received much attention from policy makers and market participants until recently – the private health insurance market.
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