Posts Tagged ‘healthcare costs’
It seems growing numbers of expats are returning home due to the high cost of healthcare in their adopted countries. Jelf Employee Benefits is hearing increasing anecdotal evidence of British expats being unable to afford the healthcare they need abroad, and so returning home. The company is warning expats to educate themselves on the cost [...]
Independent of the new healthcare ruling in the U.S. Supreme Court healthcare costs are rising. This trend is not unique to the United States. According to a new study on medical costs by Towers Watson, healthcare costs are rising in “double-digits” around the world. The survey from professional services provider, Towers Watson, focussed on the cost [...]
According to a new study, the United States spends more on healthcare than 12 other industrialized countries. In spite of this, the quality is not obviously higher than those countries who spend less. In the U.S spending is linked to a higher price for treatment and greater use of medical technology, not hospital stays or [...]
Both physicians and consumers have strong, unfavourable feelings towards health insurers, according to a recent report released by AdSAM®. The survey was conducted online using blogs and social media. It found 61% of consumers and 78% of physicians display negative feelings. The report entitled “The State of Healthcare in the US 2012”, found 75% of [...]
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