Saturday, 7 January 2012

Bio-Resonance Therapy

Mauritius needs strategic focus to develop medical tourism sector Among the critical factors for a country to be a successful medical tourism destination it has to have geographical proximity, good airlinks,...

SINGAPORE: Farrer Park healthcare and hospitality complex will open in 2013 Connexion at Farrer Park will be one of the world's first integrated healthcare and hospitality complexes with Farrer Park Medical Centre, Farrer...

USA: Rabbi is first to be convicted of organ transplant tourismIn the USA, Rabbi Levy Izhak Rosenbaum has become the first person in the country to be convicted of selling and trafficking in human organs. A New...

GERMANY: German clinic attracts international patients for orthopedic treatment A specialist German clinic is proof that high quality treatment and luxury accommodation is an attraction to international patients; and that...

SOUTH KOREA: Government strategy for medical tourism helps South Korean hospitalsWhile the governments of rival countries talk up medical tourism, few are so active and successful in assisting local hospitals and clinics as South...

GLOBAL: Who will win the Health Tourism Battle?Health Tourism Battle at ITB Berlin Convention, 9 March 2012 The International Tourism Exchange ITB Berlin is known throughout the world as a...

BAHAMAS, BERMUDA: Can the Bahamas and Bermuda attract medical tourists?The organization running hospitals in the Bahamas sees great potential in medical tourism, but the money for expanding a local hospital is coming...

RUSSIA: Attracting health and wellness investors and tourists to RussiaThe tourism industry in Russia is expanding with health resorts a popular choice for vacations, says the Federal Agency of Tourism. Tourism is...

GLOBAL: Global Comparators seeks 30 more hospitals to make international comparisons on healthcare quality The Global Comparators project is a unique opportunity for leading hospitals to work together in sharing best practice to:• ...

TAIWAN: Medical travel gets new apps and an insurance dealTaiwan is gearing up for more Chinese and American medical tourists. It has launched a new app service for medical travel that provides handy...

MALAYSIA: Malaysia to relax advertising guidelines for medical tourism?Advertising guidelines for the healthcare sector in Malaysia may be further liberalized in 2012 to promote medical tourism and ensure targets under...

GLOBAL: OECD comparisons of international health systemsThe availability and quality of care at home are key drivers of medical tourism. The latest study by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and...

USA: US cities explore potential for inbound and domestic medical travel Several US cities and states are keen on promoting medical tourism, to boost the economy and as an alternative to declining numbers in tourism from...

CUBA: Cuba relaunches Servimed medical tourism serviceCuba is one of the unsung heroes of medical tourism, as it has been quietly attracting people from overseas for decades. The government controls...

CYPRUS: Cyprus targets Middle East and UK for medical and wellness tourismCyprus is making inroads in the Middle East to promote medical tourism, and also promoting itself to the key target market of UK visitors. The...

OMAN: Why do Omanis go abroad for medical treatment?Oman wants to become a medical tourism destination, but before that can happen it has to find out why so many people, often at the expense of the...

THAILAND: Service quality has a direct impact on medical tourists' loyaltyAccording to new academic research on medical tourists in Bangkok, service quality has a positive relationship with value, satisfaction and brand...

SPAIN: Travellers at pioneering Spanish health retreat are beating diabetesBritish and Irish health travellers at a pioneering Spanish health retreat in Alicante, claim that they are living a medication-free life as a Type 2...

INDIA: Medical tourism investment opportunity India’s Merar Investment Network is offering an investment in a new medical tourism agency sending people to India.

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