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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...

A new index provides some insights into the UK as a source for outbound...

The recently published Euro Health Consumer Index provides some interesting insights into the state of the UK health services and some encouragement for those...

The UK press provides favourable coverage to medical tourism

The UK press continues to provide plenty of coverage for medical tourism, the vast majority of which is incredibly positive. Whereas the media are...

The IMTA seeks to represent medical travellers

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...

This year’s World Health Tourism Congress in Cyprus was a success

This year’s World Health Tourism Congress in Cyprus was a success with both suppliers and buyers. In March this year, 320 people gathered at Le...

Cosmetic surgery is becoming acceptable in the UK, and the industry booming

Cosmetic surgery is becoming "acceptable" in the UK. The plethora of personal makeover and cosmetic surgery programmes on UK television has helped to fuel...

We have just published an independent survey of medical tourism prices

We have just published the first independent survey of medical tourism prices - Treatment Abroad PriceWatch 2006. Comparing prices to the cost of private treatment...

Is India the top global destination for medical tourism?

India is the top global destination for medical tourism, according to a new market research report. A study on the indian Healthcare sector conducted by...

Should the NHS extend patient choice to hospitals overseas?

With the advent of “Choose and Book”, NHS patients are now offered a choice of at least four providers once their GP has decided...