A hospital in Beijing. Ping An needs to work with the offline network, as this is where the bulk of health care services are delivered, its co-chief executive says. Photo: Xinhua A hospital in Beijing. Ping An needs to work with the offline network, as this is where the bulk of health care services are delivered, its co-chief executive says. Photo: Xinhua
A hospital in Beijing. Ping An needs to work with the offline network, as this is where the bulk of health care services are delivered, its co-chief executive says. Photo: Xinhua

Insurer Ping An aims to fill gaps in China’s ‘underresourced’ health system, to spend up to US$4 billion on health care tech development

  • By helping China’s public health and social insurance systems, company will also be able to better grow its health insurance and online health care businesses, co-chief executive says
  • Ping An has already spent about 20 billion yuan on health care technology over the past decade

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A hospital in Beijing. Ping An needs to work with the offline network, as this is where the bulk of health care services are delivered, its co-chief executive says. Photo: Xinhua A hospital in Beijing. Ping An needs to work with the offline network, as this is where the bulk of health care services are delivered, its co-chief executive says. Photo: Xinhua
A hospital in Beijing. Ping An needs to work with the offline network, as this is where the bulk of health care services are delivered, its co-chief executive says. Photo: Xinhua
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