This Week in Medical Travel Today…
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.
As explored in this week’s SPOTLIGHT with Wilson, it’s clear the JCI has a new and exciting vision for promoting patient safety and quality initiatives amongst all healthcare organizations.
Returning with another PERSPECTIVES column is Richard Krasner who tackles the issue of immigration reform and what it means for medical tourism and workers compensation.
By the way, Krasner’s last column (accessible here) generated some interesting discussion. You can read it on our website medicaltraveltoday.com. Feel free to add to the discussion.
As always, we welcome your comments, story ideas and press releases.
Amanda Haar, Editor