The cost of non-U.S. health insurance is soaring, too
You've wrestled with the Affordable Care Act. Everyone's wrestling with liquid biopsies.
Japan hospitals look for more people to cure, not just their own
Japanese companies have opened 19 medical service centers in 13 countries since 2010.
Genworth says higher LTCI rates beat liquidation
McInerney noted that company failures may lead to guaranty fund bills for other insurers.
Chinese firms chase 94% jump in private health insurance revenue
At least 29 public companies have jumped into the market since 2015.
World Bank urges China health care reform to save 3 percent of GDP
Improving primary care and increasing private-sector competition could help, experts say.
Life or death: Chinese patients mix drug cocktails at home
Some medications are unavailable in China due to the country's stringent approval requirements for foreign drugs. As a result, many of the sick rely on makeshift drug cocktails.
China’s cybersecurity rules for insurance draw foreign protest
Draft cybersecurity regulations may create obstacles to international trade, according to a June 1 letter sent to the chairman of the China Insurance Regulatory Commission.
China warns citizens of risks tied to buying Hong Kong insurance
Since February, Chinese regulators have moved to control residents’ purchases of insurance in Hong Kong.
China's Silicon Valley dream powers rise of health startups
China has been a promising market for U.S. and European health care technology.
Insurance M&A may continue amid some ‘patchy’ results, S&P says
Insurers have struggled in recent years to create value amid the glut of transactions, S&P said.