Hong Kong’s public health care system is nearing breaking point. Photo: Felix Wong

Answer to overcrowding in Hong Kong’s public hospitals may lie in paying patients to go private, suggests doctors’ group

  • Public sector treats 90 per cent of inpatients, but employs only half of the city’s doctors
  • Association highlights disparity in health care and suggests capping how much private hospitals can charge
Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals

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Hong Kong’s public health care system is nearing breaking point. Photo: Felix Wong
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