Volume 10, Issue 25: Gilliam Elliott Jr., Founder, Medical Tourism Business Discusses Services for Healthcare Providers and Patients to Facilitate Medical Travel

Dear Colleagues, Medical Travel Today is excited to bring you an interview with Gilliam Elliot Jr., founder of Medical Tourism Business, a company offering medical tourism services for healthcare providers and patients to facilitate medical travel. In this interview, Elliot discusses how the medical tourism industry is affected in a post

Spotlight Interview: Gilliam Elliott Jr., Founder, Medical Tourism Business

About Gilliam Elliott Jr Gill is an expert on the topic of health tourism and specializes in working with medical tourism facilitators and international healthcare providers. Gill has experienced highly successful outcomes through strategic marketing initiatives. With broad cultural, interpersonal, and sales experience, his skill set, and passion has allowed him

Industry News: Volume 10, Issue 25

Johnson & Johnson gears up for 60,000-person COVID-19 vaccine trial, the industry's biggest yet by Eric Sagonowsky fiercepharma.com - With several COVID-19 vaccines already in phase 3 trials and investigators aiming to enroll tens of thousands of participants, Johnson & Johnson is prepping the largest study yet.  The drugmaker is planning to enroll a whopping

Volume 10, Issue 24: Bruce Flunker, President, EBSO Discusses Medical Travel, Specialty Pharma and Telehealth

Dear Colleagues,Medical Travel Today is excited to bring you an interview with Bruce Flunker, President, EBSO, a company under 90 Degree Benefits that designs health plans and administers benefits that meet each employer’s unique needs. In this interview, Flunker discusses innovation in the marketplace, receptiveness to medical travel and the

Spotlight Interview: Bruce Flunker, President, EBSO

About Bruce Flunker Bruce Flunker is president of EBSO, Inc., now a 90 Degree Benefits Company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and St. Paul, Minnesota. EBSO, Inc. serves clients throughout the United States with employees in Arizona, Ohio, Illinois and Kentucky. Flunker began his insurance career in 1980, when he joined Wausau Insurance as

Industry News: Volume 10, Issue 24

Even Asymptomatic People Carry the Coronavirus in High Amounts By Apoorva Mandavilli Nytimes.com - Of all the coronavirus’s qualities, perhaps the most surprising has been that seemingly healthy people can spread it to others. This trait has made the virus difficult to contain, and continues to challenge efforts to identify and isolate infected people. To view the

Volume 10, Issue 23: Nigel Williams, Founder, ELXR Smart Health Discusses Medical Travel Technology as Backbone for Telemedicine

Dear Colleagues, Medical Travel Today is excited to bring you an interview with Nigel Williams, Founder, ELXR Smart Health, who specializes in solving problems where existing healthcare systems are under imminent burden of growing volumes of health episodes and increasing costs. In this interview, Williams discusses his company and their role

Industry News: Volume 10, Issue 23

Economic analysis of the prevalence and clinical and economic burden of medication error in England By Rachel Ann Elliott, Elizabeth Camacho, Dina Jankovic, Mark J Sculpher, Rita Faria Qualitysafety.bmj.com - Medication is the most widely used medical intervention. Harm caused by medication is referred to as an adverse drug event (ADE), and includes medication errors,

Volume 10, Issue 22: Mike Baldzicki, Executive Vice President, Growth & Strategy, AscellaHealth, Discusses Cost Savings Initiatives for Specialty Pharmacy Benefit Managers and Upcoming Webinar Series

Dear Colleagues, Medical Travel Today is excited to bring you an interview with Mike Baldzicki, Executive Vice President, Growth & Strategy at AscellaHealth, a national specialty pharmacy benefit manager serving commercial, Medicare and Medicaid segments, offering high quality prescription drug benefit management services. In this interview, Baldzicki discusses how employers and TPAs are