Singapore’s medical insurance scheme aims to achieve two important objectives – that no one would be left without proper care, and that those who seek treatment must also share part of the costs. As a result, those who buy private plans will end up with not one or two but three types of policies with different functions.
This is a compulsory national health insurance plan administered by the Central Provident Fund Board, forming the foundation of all medical insurance here.
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