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Q: Foreign Children Medical Expenses in China

Since the medical fees was increasing and considered high, may I know the way to minimise the medical expenses for my children in China.

6 years 17 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - Fuzhou

 
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Are you talking about minor childhood illnesses or the costs that could be involved in major illnesses?

 

It was my understanding that the treatment of minor illnesses in China was cheap.

 

The only real way to minimise the risk of the cost of a major illness is by buying health insurance. These policies aren't cheap and also have excess fees where you pay up to a certain amount of the treatment and the insurance pays the rest.

 

Add some extra details and we may be able to advise better.

Englteachted:

The OP is a troll. That's why the question is so general, who refers to their children as foreign?

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I have him the benefit of doubt. Let's see

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Are you talking about minor childhood illnesses or the costs that could be involved in major illnesses?

 

It was my understanding that the treatment of minor illnesses in China was cheap.

 

The only real way to minimise the risk of the cost of a major illness is by buying health insurance. These policies aren't cheap and also have excess fees where you pay up to a certain amount of the treatment and the insurance pays the rest.

 

Add some extra details and we may be able to advise better.

Englteachted:

The OP is a troll. That's why the question is so general, who refers to their children as foreign?

6 years 17 weeks ago
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Hotwater:

I have him the benefit of doubt. Let's see

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