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 focus to include digital health: Medical Travel & Digital Health News not only features a new logo and layout, but also expanded coverage on this fast growing market sector.

Over the last 13 years of publication, our team has appreciated the support of audiences worldwide and their input which allows us to fulfill our mission of aggregating the best medical travel news.  For those who have participated in interviews and sent us updates, we say “Thank You!”  Please continue to provide suggestions for further Spotlight interviews and company news. 

Recent world events have had a major impact on medical travel and have forced a new era of healthcare. Digital health has long been an integral component of medical travel and post COVID-19, it will continue to play a substantial role in enhancing care for both patients and providers.

Digital health is convenient, accessible and cost-effective and we are excited to expand our news and interviews with experts in both this space and medical travel to keep our readers up to date with the advances in these exciting fields.

As always, please don’t hesitate to reach out! Keep an eye on Medical Travel & Digital Health News as we continue to serve business audiences in every part of the globe.  We remain committed to bringing you the most important news from the medical travel industry and now the digital health space.

In this issue, we speak with Andrew Malley, Strategic Account Manager, Dignity Health Global Education. We discuss the background on Dignity Health Global Education, program spending, and higher education through high-quality programs.

We also bring you news on the rising use of telehealth apps, J&J’s pledge of $100M to address racism and health inequities, as well as how telehealth visits will be different in the future.

Laura Carabello
Executive Editor and Publisher
Medical Travel & Digital Health News

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