Hospitals and clinics that treat international patients most often also receive local or domestic patients.
While hospitals must focus most of their energies on the patients, it is important to take care of family and friends who are providing emotional and psychological support by their presence.
The Future of Health Tourism - TimeOut Croatia, May 2019. Industry experts Irving Stackpole and Elizabeth Ziemba assess the state of health tourism in Croatia.
Hospitals and clinics are increasingly interested in being accredited by international, independent bodies like Temos International.
In the second part of this two-part series, recent changes in the US health insurance markets as well as opportunities that exist are discussed.
Selling international medical tourism benefits to a US-based health insurance provider is difficult. Despite many years of trying, few health insurance companies offer medical travel benefits.
Negative stories about terrible situations involving medical travelers are regular headline grabbing news reports around the world. These medical errors are horrible for the patients and their families, but they remain isolated stories.
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JAMPRO, Temos Worldwide and Medical Tourism Training join forces to promote educational webinar focused on healthcare accreditation
The Jamaica Promotions Corporation (JAMPRO) is pleased to announce an educational webinar exclusively for the Jamaican community on the topic of healthcare accreditation given in conjunction with Medical Tourism Training, an authorized representative of Temos Worldwide.
Healthcare providers often ask if obtaining accreditation will attract more patients. Accreditation involves expenditure of money and healthcare budgets are under a lot of pressure. Decision makers want to know if spending money on accreditation will result in more patients seeking their services.