The costs of employer-sponsored health care benefits in Asia-Pacific are expected to rise faster than the global average in 2020, according to a Willis Towers Watson survey. Photo: Dickson LeeThe costs of employer-sponsored health care benefits in Asia-Pacific are expected to rise faster than the global average in 2020, according to a Willis Towers Watson survey. Photo: Dickson Lee
The costs of employer-sponsored health care benefits in Asia-Pacific are expected to rise faster than the global average in 2020, according to a Willis Towers Watson survey. Photo: Dickson Lee

Corporate health care benefits come under cost pressure as coronavirus outbreak heightens awareness, demand

  • Some countries to experience higher costs of providing corporate health care benefits, including in Malaysia and Hong Kong: Willis Towers Watson
  • Cancer and cardiovascular diseases will remain the top conditions by cost, according to respondents in a survey

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The costs of employer-sponsored health care benefits in Asia-Pacific are expected to rise faster than the global average in 2020, according to a Willis Towers Watson survey. Photo: Dickson LeeThe costs of employer-sponsored health care benefits in Asia-Pacific are expected to rise faster than the global average in 2020, according to a Willis Towers Watson survey. Photo: Dickson Lee
The costs of employer-sponsored health care benefits in Asia-Pacific are expected to rise faster than the global average in 2020, according to a Willis Towers Watson survey. Photo: Dickson Lee
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