THIS WEEK IN MEDICAL TRAVEL TODAY

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Dear Colleagues: As the impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) reverberates throughout the healthcare industry, the necessity for international and domestic medical travel heightens. See our interview with Adel Eldin, M.D., who discusses his role in providing culturally sensitive treatment to patients traveling for care. Placing heavy emphasis on

Spotlight Interview: Adel Eldin, M.D.

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About Florida Medical Tourism Florida Medical Tourism is a unique global service in medical care. It was originally designed to offer special medical services to global customers, specifically from the Middle East (Arabic speaking areas). The program was founded in the spring of 2012 to offer culturally sensitive medical services,

Global Spa & Wellness Summit Unveils 2013 Conference Agenda

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Program reflects Summit’s vastly expanded wellness focus, as industries from finance to tourism to consumer retail seize this $2-trillion market opportunity. From His Holiness the Dalai Lama to tourism heavyweights Jean-Claude Baumgarten and Peter Greenberg to a "super panel" of industry investors, the agenda aims to marry hard-hitting business

Nicaragua Looking to Position Itself in Medical Tourism

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Nicaragua seeks to improve its position in the growing sub-sector of medical tourism, which generated $4.8 million in revenues in 2012 and is continuously growing each year, according to specialists. In Central America, the country that has most developed its medical tourism is Costa Rica, where 100,000 tourists arrive each