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Cross-border healthcare could be delayed, redrafted or withdrawn

Dedicated to EU affairs, the EU Cross-border Healthcare Directive which intends to lift restrictions on patients travelling for treatment in other EU countries could...

High costs sent patients abroad for dentistry

At the recent World Health Tourism Congress in Cyprus, the launch of the International Medical Travel Association (IMTA) was announced. The IMTA seeks to represent...

We look at the hospitals of Singapore as major players for international patients

Singapore’s government hospitals are major players in the country’s push for a larger share of international patients, by Kenny Coyle In most parts of the...

The new EU directive hopes to boost international medical travel

The new EU Cross-border Healthcare Directive which is to be announced today intends to lift restrictions on patients travelling for treatment in other EU...

Patients are willing to travel abroad for treatments, how about down the motorway?

This week sees news that two buy-to-let-property development millionaires plan to open a series of drive-in dental centres close to motorway junctions around the...

A British patient successfully recouped costs of treatment abroad from the NHS

Another British patient has succeeded in recouping the cost of treatment abroad from the NHS. Ann Belshaw of Suffolk took the Suffolk Primary Care Trust...

New proposals may increase patient mobility in Europe

European Commission proposals to be released next week will increase patient mobility within the EU and give NHS patients access to hospitals across the...

New proposals may increase patient mobility in Europe

European Commission proposals to be released next week will increase patient mobility within the EU and give NHS patients access to hospitals across the...

More and more attention is being drawn to quality of treatment abroad

The growth of medical tourism is attracting more and more attention to issues such as quality of treatment, accreditation of surgeons and dentists, hospitals...

More and more attention is being drawn to quality of treatment abroad

The growth of medical tourism is attracting more and more attention to issues such as quality of treatment, accreditation of surgeons and dentists, hospitals...