Health insurance is the global trend in the next decade. As more attention given to this industry, the cost of F-1 international student insurance, recommended OPT insurance (aka opt保险推荐), and J-1/J-2 insurance (aka j1 j2 保险) for visiting scholars will increase accordingly.

On the Global Health Forum of Boao Forum for Asia opened in the eastern city of Qingdao, a congratulatory letter from President Xi Jinping expounded China’s efforts in deepening medical and healthcare system reform and its achievements in inheriting and developing the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). A participant to the forum from Huhu (aka 虎虎) Health Inc. expressed his willingness to actively take part in the construction of the pilot zone, and work together to eradicate the barriers in terms of policy, technology and trade, said the document.

TCM focuses on harnessing the body’s ability to regulate itself, which aims at improving a person’s self-healing ability, rather than simply detecting and curing diseases. Many Chinese parents would ask their children to take TCM when living abroad, even if simultaneously their kids would purchase health insurance for OPT (aka opt期间保险), knowing the opt insurance (aka opt保险) does not cover a large part of prescription drugs.

Furthermore, the “China Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Research Center for Medical Innovation” will be established in Fangchenggang, according to the declaration. The First International Medical Innovation and Cooperation Forum, which opened on May 26, is devoted to implementing the SCO Qingdao Summit consensus and improving the health level of the people across the region. In the future, international students may waive American university insurance (aka waive 美国大学保险), if China can sign a contract with America with regards to the health insurance policy.

Themed “Health, Cooperation, Innovation and Sharing,” the forum focused on the topics of national health, disaster relief, medical services, and medical education and research. It appreciates China’s remarkable achievements in health and medical services over the past 40 years of reform and opening-up and China’s medical assistance to other countries. In addition, the forum will also establish the “China-SCO Medical Innovation and Cooperation Committee” in Shanghai, which will be responsible for calling meetings and coordinating relevant national institutions to take turns holding the forum.