Volume 1, Issue 5: Ryan Palmer, Ed.D., M.F.A., Principal, Kennedy & Company Education Strategies Discusses Medical Students on Meeting with Patients Virtually via Telehealth

Dear colleagues, We hope you had a safe and wonderful holiday season despite the continued unprecedented circumstances. While the COVID-19 pandemic has halted growth in the medical travel sector, expect the pace to pick up again throughout the new year as the opportunity for vaccines spreads worldwide. If you missed our announcement about

Spotlight Interview: Ryan Palmer, Ed.D., M.F.A., Principal, Kennedy & Company Education Strategies

About Ryan Palmer, Ed.D., M.F.A. Ryan Palmer, Ed.D., M.F.A. is a Principal at Kennedy and Company, a Washington DC based higher education consulting firm.Hehas over 15 years of experience in medical education in both faculty and administrative roles, most recently as an Associate Dean of Medical Education. Dr. Palmer is a

Industry News: Volume 1, Issue 5

Bionic Eyes May Prompt New Wave of Medical Tourism By Farlyn Lucas While most people associate medical tourism with dental work, complex surgeries, or even assisted suicide, Hawaii has added yet another form of treatment to the list: Bionic eyes. It might sound like something out of a science fiction novel, but

Volume 1, Issue 4: Serkan Aygin, MD, Dr. Serkan Aygin Clinic discusses hair transplantation, medical travel in Turkey and COVID-19 precautions

Dear colleagues, While the COVID-19 pandemic has halted growth in the medical travel sector, expect the pace to pick up again as the opportunity for vaccines spreads worldwide. As we come to the end of the year, we wish all our readers a happy, healthy holiday season. If you missed our announcement about

Industry News: Volume 1, Issue 4

CONGO's LATEST EBOLA OUTBREAK DECLARED FINISHED By Agence France-Presse Nytimes.com—KINSHASA, Democratic Republic of Congo — The government on Wednesday declared the end of the latest Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo, closing the file on an outbreak in the northwestern province of Equateur that killed dozens over six months. “I am happy

Volume 1, Issue 3: Andrew Malley, Chief Executive Officer, Dignity Health Global Education discusses health system spending

Dear Colleagues, If you missed our announcement about the new branding of our newsletter, here’s an update: For over a decade, Medical Travel Today has provided 40,000 readers worldwide with news, information and business perspectives on medical travel.  In response to market changes prompted by COVID-19 and advanced technology, we are broadening our

Spotlight Interview: Andrew Malley, Chief Executive Officer, Dignity Health Global Education

About Andrew Malley Andrew Malley is the Chief Executive Officer of Dignity Health Global Education (DHGE). Malley is an experienced higher education leader with over 18 years of experience in global education, in both the public and private sector. In his role, Malley is responsible for all day-to-day business operations, developing partnerships with

Industry News: Volume 1, Issue 3

This is how Amwell, Doctor on Demand predict telehealth visits will be different in the future By Tina Reed Fiercehealthcare.com - Among the biggest changes that could come out of the massive shift in telehealth use during the pandemic? Payers will increasingly encourage "virtual first" healthcare. To view the original article in its entirety, click here. Council

Volume 1, Issue 2: Robert Shelley, Founding Principal, Leaf Health, Discusses Specialty Pharmacy, Medical Travel and Upcoming Webinar

Dear Colleagues, If you missed our announcement about the new branding of our newsletter, here’s an update:For over a decade, Medical Travel Today has provided 40,000 readers worldwide with news, information and business perspectives on medical travel.  In response to market changes prompted by COVID-19 and advanced technology, we are broadening our