From Opportunity to Sustainability: Re-imagining International Healthcare Services

– Live Webinar, Wednesday, 29 September 2021, at 12:00 noon EDT/5 PM GMT.

International healthcare and patient services are changing, driven by the COVID-19 pandemic. New ways to meet the needs of international patients have emerged, as the global healthcare scene demands innovative models of service delivery.

Take this opportunity for a conversation with Irving Stackpole, President of Stackpole & Associates, and Elizabeth Ziemba, President, Medical Tourism Training as they discuss:

  • The predominant US healthcare model for international healthcare services
  • Global shifts demanding new perspectives
  • Two non-Americentric competitive models
  • New opportunities, new challenges in international healthcare

This free one hour-long webinar includes a 45-minute presentation and 15-minute Question and Answer period.

To register for this free event, please click here.

For further discussion of this topic, you are invited to read the peer-reviewed article,

Looking around the corner: COVID-19 shocks and market dynamics in US medical tourism

that appeared in the International Journal of Health Planning and Management authorized by Irving Stackpole, Elizabeth Ziemba, and Tricia Johnson.  The article evaluates current international healthcare dynamics and “looks around the corner” to predict the near-term changes and recovery of these medical tourism markets. Read the full text here.

Interested in our consulting and training services? Contact Elizabeth Ziemba at +1 857 366 1315 or eziemba@medicaltourismtraining.com.

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Elizabeth Ziemba

President at Medical Tourism Training
With a diverse background in public health, law and business, Elizabeth brings a unique set of skills and experience to Medical Tourism Training with services including assessment tools, online and onsite training, workshops, and consulting services for governments, providers, facilitators, associations and others involved in medical travel.