News Life and Health26 Dec 2019

South Korea:Insurance costs for panic disorder patients up by 61.5%


Health insurance costs for Koreans suffering from panic disorder, a common mental condition, jumped by 18.6% annually from KRW31.2bn ($26.87m) in 2014 to KRW61.6bn last year according to a Korea Bizwire report citing latest data analysis released by the National Health Insurance Service (NHIS).

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