Johns Hopkins and Westbank First Nation Discuss Luxury Medical Tourist Facility: Is it viable?

Fallback Image - Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is consistently ranked as America's best. As a brand, it doesn't get any better. It has a global arm (Johns Hopkins International) so it can share its intellectual talent pool. Those are just two of the reasons the Westbank First Nation (WFN) wants it on board for Canada's first $125 million,

Hospitals and Health Systems Anticipate that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will Reduce Organizational Revenue

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HighRoads, the industry leader in SaaS-enabled (software as a service) healthcare compliance and benefits management, and Sullivan, Cotter and Associates, Inc. (SullivanCotter), a nationally-recognized compensation and human resource management consulting firm, find that 55 percent of hospitals and health systems anticipate a drop in revenue as a result of the Affordable

Save On Medical is a Resource to Patients in Texas Cities

Fallback Image - Save On Medical announces their new patient assistance initiative, which helps patients in low-populated areas find quality and affordable healthcare providers with comparative price-shopping features. Patients with limited physician access now have a resource to help them discover the closest providers with the best reviews and pricing. Geographic data firm,

Jamaica Poised To Benefit From US$35 Billion Health Tourism Industry – Government Seeking To Develop Plan To Tap Into Growing Market

Fallback Image - With the capacity to generate in excess of US$35 billion per year, health tourism appears to be a viable income-generating option, which, if pursued, could bring vast sums into the country's coffers. "There is a lot of potential for health tourism in Jamaica," said Dr. Wykeham McNeill, minister of tourism and entertainment.