Corporate health care benefits come under cost pressure as coronavirus outbreak heightens awareness, demand

//Corporate health care benefits come under cost pressure as coronavirus outbreak heightens awareness, demand

Corporate health care benefits come under cost pressure as coronavirus outbreak heightens awareness, demand

The costs of employer-sponsored health care benefits in Asia-Pacific will rise faster than the global average this year, according to global advisory and insurance firm Willis Towers Watson. The bills could spike if the coronavirus outbreak turns “uncontrollable,” it added.They are expected to increase by 7.1 per cent this year in Asia-Pacific, compared with an average 6.8 per cent gain globally, based on a survey of medical insurers by the London-based company. The costs in some countries will…

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By | 2020-02-26T22:30:10+00:00 February 26th, 2020|Business|Comments Off on Corporate health care benefits come under cost pressure as coronavirus outbreak heightens awareness, demand