International insurance

China’s healthcare system is undergoing significant reforms that are opening up new opportunities for international insurers. Universal insurance coverage is a key component of China’s goal to address the increasing burden of healthcare costs for its citizens. While the government has made great strides in recent years to reach this goal (currently almost 95 percent of the population is covered), the reality is that most of its citizens only have access to very basic healthcare coverage.

The middle and more affluent classes are increasingly turning to private insurance for more substantial coverage and are willing to pay a premium for access to high quality healthcare services. These circumstances offer a unique opportunity for private insurers to penetrate the market and offer optimal insurance models to fit targeted populations.

Why attend WMTC China-Boao?

  • Learn about the opportunities and challenges facing private health insurers amidst these new healthcare reforms
  • Meet with government officials in China’s healthcare sector
  • Explore business and investment opportunities in China’s insurance sectors and learn more about the changing regulatory landscape from industry experts.
  • Schedule one-to-one meetings with potential partners in advance online.

2015 Trade Mission Testimonials