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Surging Healthcare Costs Propelling Growth of Private Healthcare Insurance Industry

by Pramod Kumar Digital Marketing Professional

With the increasing prevalence of various chronic diseases and the surging costs of healthcare and patient care across the world, the demand for healthcare insurance is growing rapidly. A healthcare insurance covers the surgical and medical expenses incurred during the treatment of the insured individual. Moreover, a healthcare insurance can reimburse the various expenses incurred during the treatment of the injury or illness or directly pay the healthcare providers for the treatment of the insured person.

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This policy may not provide coverage for pre-existing illnesses or medical conditions and usually covers a maximum percentage of the tax-free salary. The private healthcare insurance industry is exhibiting rapid expansion in the U.S. This is because of the high incidence of chronic diseases, the presence of a large geriatric population, high medical costs, and the existence of various government funding programs that provide funding for healthcare insurance in the country.

As the geriatric people require proper and regular medical attention and very frequent visits to clinics and hospitals, their treatments tend to be very costly. Because of this reason, the people in this age bracket invest heavily in private healthcare insurance, thereby fueling the growth of the private healthcare insurance industry. Apart from the U.S., the industry is also demonstrating huge expansion in many European countries such as Spain, Italy, the U.K., France, Switzerland, and Germany.


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About Pramod Kumar Advanced   Digital Marketing Professional

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Created on Jul 9th 2021 03:50. Viewed 73 times.

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