PHILIPPINE MEDICAL TOURISM - "THE HEART OF ASIA"

Tuesday 09 June 2015 by Graciela Rojas
Philippines is a beautiful country and also a favorite destination for tourists around the world. This country, ... More

Some Brits Find A Way To Make Cosmetic Surgery Part Of Their Vacation

Tuesday 09 June 2015 by Graciela Rojas
Medical tourism has long been a thing around the world. India, Costa Rica andGermany, among others, have been offering everything from ... More

How consumerism, globalization and the internet are changing health care

Tuesday 09 June 2015 by Graciela Rojas
It was January 2005 and my secretary at the time came into my office and handed me a note. The message was brief but clear: “Producer ... More

Medical Tourism in Malaysia

Tuesday 09 June 2015 by Graciela Rojas
Medical Tourism to Help Drive Malaysia Healthcare Market Malaysia has a large number of private ... More

India ranks among top 3 medical tourism destinations in Asia

Tuesday 09 June 2015 by Graciela Rojas
MUMBAI: India is placed among the top three medical tourism destinations in Asia, mainly due to the low cost of treatment, quality healthcare ... More

Medical Tourism and the Cosmetic Surgery Industry

Tuesday 09 June 2015 by Graciela Rojas
Medical tourism is travelling outside one’s own country for healthcare. Patients is developed nations travel for cheaper costing treatments to ... More

Growing Reasons to Consider Medical Tourism

Tuesday 09 June 2015 by Graciela Rojas
Improved medical facilities and travel guidance make money-saving procedures worth a close look. Medical tourism, largely grounded last ... More

Medical Tourism

Tuesday 09 June 2015 by Graciela Rojas
David Dupray, a 60-year-old uninsured coffee shop owner from Bar Harbor, Maine, had been having left leg pain on ambulation for four years. ... More

Medical Tourism growth is dependent on quality of foreign healthcare

Tuesday 09 June 2015 by Graciela Rojas

Medical Tourism: Crossing Borders for Healthcare

Tuesday 09 June 2015 by Graciela Rojas
Medical Tourism Why Would 8 million people cross borders for healthcare? Including 1/300 in the U.S.? ... More