caymannewsservice.com-Work has finally begun on the much anticipated first phase of Dr. Devi Shetty's medical tourism project in East End. According to the local partners, some 40 workers, most of whom are said to be Caymanian, are now on the Health City Cayman
bworldonline.com- "The Tourism and Health departments are working on a medical tourism program. We are trying to see which are areas or services we can offer and where we can excel," said Tourism Secretary Ramon R. Jimenez, Jr. in an interview after the
Greetings, When Paula Wilson joined the Joint Commission International (JCI) in 2011, access to the organization's vast knowledge and data was accessible to "members only." Fast forward to two years later and Paula Wilson has put a plan into motion to change that.
Editor's Note: Medical Travel Today last talked to Paula Wilson in 2011, a few weeks after she assumed her role with Joint Commission International (JCI). As she herself stated, "I don't think I even knew where the restrooms were at that point."
Five years ago, members of a risk management discussion group I belong to on Yahoo Groups raised the question of whether or not illegal immigrants (i.e. undocumented immigrants) were entitled to workers' compensation benefits. The answer most of the respondents gave was yes,
By Gabrielle White, RN, CASC, Executive Director, Ambulatory Services & Network Development, Hoag Orthopedic Institute Orthopedics is one of the most promising specialty areas for medical travel. In fact, a growing number of employers are sending employees to Centers of Excellence