Editors: Neil Lunt, Daniel Horsfall, and Joanna Hanefeld. As reviewed on Amazon, “This state of the art Handbook examines the regional and national experiences of medical tourism, including coverage of the Americas, Europe, Africa, the Middle-East, and Asia. The chapters explore topics on issues of risk, law and ethics; and include a treatment-focused discussion which highlights patient decision-making, patient [...]
By Smith M. Puczko L. Routledge. Second Edition. 2014. A series of articles exploring aspects of international medical travel relating to wellness services including all types of spa treatments for a comprehensive view of the sector. Listen to Mr. Puczko’s interview on The Medical Travel Show. Purchase this book on Amazon.
By Josef Woodman The Patients Beyond Borders series offers practical information about choosing and accessing healthcare around the world. Designed for “medical tourists” shopping for dental and medical services in the global market, Mr. Woodman’s books provide details about healthcare providers in a number of countries while serving as a planning guide for the prospective patient. Listen to [...]
Harvard Law Professor, I. Glenn Cohen has written a compelling study of the legal and ethical issues involved with patients for traveling to other countries for healthcare services. Exploring this territory between law, ethics, and profit, Professor Cohen offers insights into possible solutions to situations that are as yet unanswered by legal systems around the world. Listen to Professor [...]