In this issue, we speak with Dr. Robert Lorenz, M.D., M.B.A., Executive Medical Director, Market and Network Services, Cleveland Clinic, to discuss the Cleveland Clinic’s role in the medical travel and tourism industry and how they’ve adapted to operate in the age of Covid-19.
This issue also brings you news on the development of ‘vaccine passports’, a startup’s collaboration to test video game therapy for COVID ‘brain fog’, the higher rates of health care bias found in populations of color, the first COVID-19 antibody fingerprick at-home blood test approved by FDA, a groundbreaking new windpipe transplant, how an aging baby boomer population will test the health care system and more.
The Self-Insurance Institute of America, Inc. (SIIA) is pleased to announce that the next instalment of its Medical Travel Seminar Series will feature Cleveland Clinic.
The seminar, produced in partnership with Medical Travel & Digital Health News, is scheduled for Thursday, April 15, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET. It is a free event for both members and non-members, but advance registration is required.
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