Why the growth of medical tourism is being limited by a lack of appropriate hotels

Ian Youngman, healthcare industry specialist, considers how type, availability and location of hotel rooms is more of a restricting factor to medical tourism growth than enough hospital beds. “Medical tourists don’t need hotels as they only need hospitals.”  It’s an obvious statement to make – these types of travellers don’t need hotels, as they’re going…

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