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1/3 of Hungarians open to private health insurance

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The majority of Hungarians do not have private health insurance, although there is strong demand for it from the population, according to EY research, writes profitline.hu.

According to a representative survey of 1,000 respondents, only one in 10 people in Hungary have private health insurance, but more than a third of the population would be open to such services.

Some 38% of Hungarians would pay at least HUF 6,000 a month for a basic package that includes a specialist and laboratory examination, while 27% of respondents would spend more than HUF 10,000 a month for a more comprehensive package that includes hospital care.

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