News in Review: Volume 9, Issue 11

China’s Ill, and Wealthy, Look Abroad for Medical Treatment

nytimes.com – Hospitals and a new generation of medical tourism companies are luring
well-heeled Chinese patients away from an overburdened health care system.

Report outlines priorities for US global health role

cidrap.umn.edu – An expert committee convened by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine today launched a report designed to advise the Trump administration on key global health priorities, suggesting new strategies to maintain US leadership in the area.

Healthy outlook for Thai medical tourism demand

thenational.ae – Medical tourism to Thailand from the UAE is expected to remain strong despite changes to health insurance policies in Abu Dhabi, according to Thailand’s tourism agency. Medical tourism to Thailand from the UAE is expected to remain strong despite changes to health insurance policies in Abu Dhabi, according to Thailand’s tourism agency.

How Airlines Are Helping to Fuel the Medical Tourism Industry

apex.aero – Increasing numbers of citizens from all over the world are traveling abroad for high quality, competitively-priced and alternative medical treatment not available or unaffordable in their home country.

International Health Plus a leader in medical tourism

gdnonline.com – International Health Plus is at the forefront of the medical tourism industry which has increased in popularity exponentially over the years.

Global Outbound Medical Tourism Services Market likely to increase to US$ 150.36 Bn by 2026

satprnews.com – According to Future Market Insights, factors such as a large ageing baby boomer population, large uninsured population, and better technology and wider treatment options are expected to drive the revenue growth of the North America outbound medical tourism services market over the forecast period.

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