Beware financiers offering you deals that are too good to be true

With public-private healthcare partnerships in the spotlight, Ian Youngman warns of the dangers of dealing with financiers offering a no cost solution to medical tourism. So far, most attempts to promote medical tourism to Malta have failed to deliver. Traditionally Malta has relied on tourism for a living, with most tourists, and a few medical…

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Ian Youngman
Ian Youngman is a writer and researcher specialising in insurance and health. He writes regularly for a variety of magazines, newsletters, and on-line services. Ian achieved an honours degree in Economics from the University of Liverpool, and was a co-founder of The General Insurance Market Research Association. Ian also has widespread experience within the insurance industry at management level, working for brokers, a bank and an insurance company.