International Private Medical Insurance Inflation - 2017

Average IPMI Inflation in South East Asia

Grouping the data for the six locations included in Southeast Asia shows that 2016 health insurance premiums increased at an average of 9.9%, 0.7 percentage points higher than the average global medical insurance inflation. Comparing inflation figures from previous years, it would appear that the region is starting to pull away from the global trend, which is primarily influenced by increased medical insurance inflation in Hong Kong, China, and Singapore.

This section covers the average inflation in each of the six locations included in this region and any major drivers behind the inflation figures seen.