Bahrain to impose compulsory health insurance plan on expats

Pedro Gonçalves
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Bahrain wants to introduce mandatory health insurance for its expat population and has already reached out to private consultants to come up with a strategy. The firms will recommend procedures for the National Health Insurance Scheme (Sehati), which will be presented to the government in mid-2020. Currently expats must pay bills for medical and surgical treatments immediately. The mandatory health insurance will also hit temporary visitors. The main reason for the introduction of pr...

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