Healthcare costs in Singapore are soaring. The Government's share alone has gone up from $4 billion in 2010 to more than $10 billion this year. Ordinary people and companies that cover their employees are also spending more.
The ageing population has contributed to this rise as older people tend to require more healthcare services. There is also greater awareness of medical treatments as well as better treatments that persuade people to spend more on such procedures.
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