Camille Hoheb, Wellness Tourism Worldwide and Global Spa and Wellness, Part One

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Medical Travel Today (MTT):Let's start with your background. Tell us how you became involved in wellness travel. Camille Hoheb (CH): I initially earned my master's degree in Healthcare Administration, and focused on hospital management, specifically, marketing, business development and healthcare education, which also included managing a hospital-based wellness center. After 10

László Puczkó, Founder, The Tourism Observatory for Health, Wellness and Spa, PART TWO

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Editor's Note: Readers may recognize László Puczkó's name as the author of numerous papers and books on medical travel (Wellness Tourism and Medical Tourism: Where do Spas Fit?, The Future of Spa Tourism, High-End Medical Travel), co-author of Health and Wellness Tourism, in-demand speaker for many global medicine conferences and events, and respected researcher. To that list

SPOTLIGHT: Jim Tate, Medical Travel Commission, PART TWO

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Editor's Note: In our last issue we featured the first half of a conversation with Jim Tate of the Medical Travel Commission. In that discussion we explored what prompted Tate and his colleagues to establish a new certification program for medical travel and what aspects of care they evaluate. The conclusion of the

László Puczkó, Founder, The Tourism Observatory for Health, Wellness and Spa, PART ONE

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Editor's Note: Readers may recognize László Puczkó's name as the author of numerous papers and books on medical travel (Wellness Tourism and Medical Tourism: Where do Spas Fit?, The Future of Spa Tourism, High-End Medical Travel), co-author of Health and Wellness Tourism, in-demand speaker for many global medicine conferences and events, and respected researcher. To that list

SPOTLIGHT: Jim Tate, Medical Travel Commission, PART ONE

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Editor's Note: If you follow any of the popular medical travel news feeds you've no doubt seen a good bit of buzz about recent certifications issued by the Medical Travel Commission. According to the company's website, the International Patient Program Certification is designed to "recognize organizations that provide extraordinary, best-in-class service