About IMTJ The world leading journal for the medical travel sector
The International Medical Travel Journal (IMTJ) was created in 2007 in response to the worldwide development of the medical tourism and medical travel sector. While the medical travel sector has blossomed over the last 14 years, the industry has a long way to go to reach maturity. This is a difficult endeavour when the marketplace is constantly shifting.
IMTJ has established a reputation as a “voice of reason” and the place to go when you really need to understand the industry. We remain an independent and trustworthy voice of medical travel. IMTJ provides the ultimate “Who’s Who” of medical travel, which includes our enhanced medical travel directory embracing over 5,000 hospitals, clinics and businesses worldwide that provide services to international patients.
IMTJ also includes a two-weekly e-newsletter, distributed to thousands of senior management, marketing and operational professionals worldwide across a broad spectrum of businesses and governmental organisations involved in medical travel and international patient treatment.
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LaingBuisson, the operator of IMTJ, has been serving clients for over 30 years with insights, analysis and data on market structures, policy and strategy across healthcare, social care and education. Today it is a leading business intelligence provider built around its data capabilities. Many years of survey data, often with valuable time series, insights from consulting projects, long term relationships with providers, governments and regulators and accumulated experience have created a unique repository of knowledge. LaingBuisson is the chosen provider of independent sector healthcare market data to the UK Government’s Office for National Statistics.
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