Global National Health Systems Report 2016: State and Compulsory Health Insurance Analysis

Feb 10, 2016, 08:10 ET from Research and Markets

DUBLIN, Feb. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "National Health Systems 2016: State and Compulsory Health Insurance" report to their offering.

More countries plan to bring in universal healthcare but fewer can afford to pay for universal state healthcare out of government funds.

So they have or are bringing in one or more of:

- State health insurance

- Compulsory health insurance using insurers

- Compulsory travel health insurance for visitors

This report looks are where each of the 180 countries are now, and what their future plans are on a simple country-by -country basis.

For some countries, there are different rules for locals, expatriates, students and travellers.

This is not a historic look or academic discussion of the subject-but a bang up to date look at where we are now and where we are going in 2016 and beyond.

This is targeted at insurers, intermediaries, consultants, assistance groups and others who need to understand what is happening globally.

This report does not include details of optional private health insurance or insurers, medical tourism, expatriate numbers or other background sections in the annual medical tourism and international health insurance reports.

80 country profiles with:

  1. Country background
  2. Population
  3. Tourism numbers
  4. Politics
  5. Economy
  6. Healthcare
  7. Healthcare reforms
  8. State health insurance
  9. State health insurance reform
  10. Compulsory health insurance
  11. Compulsory health insurance reforms
  12. Compulsory health insurance price controls
  13. Compulsory travel health insurance
  14. Reports on healthcare and health insurance 

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