- Chinese consumers prioritize their health, especially insurance, much more after the pandemic, an Oliver Wyman survey found.
- December’s Covid wave revealed the gap between China’s public health system and the country’s global economic heft as second only to the U.S.
- Extreme pressure on public hospitals — including lack of capacity — drove many new patients for Covid and non-Covid care to facilities operated by United Family Healthcare in China, said CEO and founder Roberta Lipson.
Households in China also pay for a higher share of their health care — 35.2% versus 11.3% for Americans, World Bank data showed.
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