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Posts tagged ‘Medical tourism’

6
Feb
medical-tourism

Build it and they will come

In medical tourism’s “Field of Dreams”, the mantra of “Build it and they will come” has become a well worn phrase often heard at conferences and promoted too frequently by advisers and consultants. Ian Youngman from IMTJ debunks the myth. Read moreRead more


6
Feb
britain

UK: Private hospitals target overseas medical tourists, but NHS Global initiative falters

The London Clinic is the latest to target Middle East medical tourists but while fellow independent hospitals successfully attract top-end medical tourists, the state owned NHS Global has been a disaster. Read moreRead more


13
Jan
medical-tourism

Medical tourism: Trends for 2012 and beyond

Christmas is over, the New Year is upon us, so it’s time to dust off the crystal ball and put forward our take on what’s in store for medical tourism in 2012 and beyond. We’ve looked at the future of medical tourism from three perspectives – the market, the patient and the industry. Read moreRead more


30
Oct
weight-problem

Lose Weight With Morning Exercise

There’s no getting around it: To lose weight and keep it off, you need to exercise. But some days that hardly seems possible. Our days are overbooked already! Yet experts agree – exercise must become part of your overall daily lifestyle. And starting the morning with exercise is the best habit of all. Read moreRead more


30
Oct
medical-tourism

Book Explores Key Forces Driving Medical Travel

Travel agents will be in a better position to serve medical travelers when they understand the key forces driving consumers to travel for healthcare –access to care and quality services at an affordable price. Read moreRead more