covering and comparing aspects like accessibility, cost, comfort, quality of care, and more
Hong Kong (PRWEB) March 10, 2015
Following the announcement of how HKD 50 billion, earmarked by the Hong Kong government in 2008, will be spent on both private and public health care in the city, Pacific Prime Hong Kong has released a new guide highlighting the difference between private and public health care in Hong Kong.
Titled Private VS Public: Health Care in Hong Kong, and covering aspects like accessibility, cost, comfort, quality of care, and more, the Private VS Public Health Care in Hong Kong guide provides expats and companies with an in-depth overview of the public and private health care systems in Hong Kong.
Because both the private and public health care systems in Hong Kong have their benefits and drawbacks, the information in the guide has been developed so that expats living and working in the city can make an informed decision when they need to use the system.
The guide is available for free on Pacific Prime Hong Kong’s website, and can be found here.
About Pacific Prime
An award-winning health insurance intermediary, Pacific Prime Hong Kong specializes in helping expats and foreigners living in the city find health insurance plans that meet their specific needs. With over 60,000 clients worldwide, and 15 years of experience, the company is the first place many turn to when they need help making sense of health insurance.