Article taken from: www.chinadailyhk.com
PHOTO / XINHUA) During the COVID-19 outbreak , 70.5 percent of Chinese executives experienced physical or mental health problems, with more now showing an interest in commercial medical insurance and internet-based healthcare, the latest report said. The survey showed that when the epidemic broke out, 70.5 percent of Chinese executives experienced symptoms such as weariness, depression, anxiety and even mental exhaustion The report issued by UK health insurance provider Bupa Global was based on a survey that collected feedback from 1,031 senior executives in China’s first-and second-tier cities. […] “We noticed the expanding health insurance market. People pay more attention to their health and well-being, as well as the capabilities of the local medical system. The demand for high-end medical insurance products and services is growing, and the purchase trend will be further revealed when the epidemic is over,” said Kenton. […] “The internet hospital fully plays the role of digital technology in internet plus medical insurance, and chronic disease management. It helps the medical insurance department to carry out intelligent supervision, and therefore slow down the growth of medical expenditures, and benefit the local people in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region,” said Jianke CEO Xie Fangmin. […] In the future, Bupa will bring more varieties of health insurance products and services to meet the demand, he said.
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