Singapore trade body calls for curbs on medical care costs

Mark Battersby
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Life Insurance Association of Singapore has called again for greater transparency on local healthcare provision in an industry response to the Singapore Medical Association (SMA)'s statement on Integrated Shield Plans (IPs). LIA Singapore said in its statement that the responsibility of all parties involved was to be "proactive and work collaboratively to ensure the continued accessibility of quality healthcare in Singapore". The trade body added that it had requested for clinical quality measures and guidelines to prevent over-treatment on numerous occasions: "We ask that SMA respond...

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