What does accreditation mean to a medical tourist business

 

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New model for medical tourism

Articles, 13 January, 2011

Cyprus' model for medical tourism is examined by Caroline Ratner

Backtracking on non-compete clause

Articles, 20 December, 2010

The US Medical Tourism Association responds to criticism on its non-compete clause

Destination Cyprus

Articles, 06 December, 2010

Caroline Ratner attended the recent Health Destination Cyprus event

Good or bad for medical tourism?

Articles, 01 April, 2010

We question what effect the US healthcare reform will have on medical tourism

Cross border suits

Articles, 18 March, 2010

Could your clinic be sued in a UK court?

Where do we go from here?

Articles, 09 October, 2009

Caroline Ratner summarises the debate around 'Who owns medical tourism?'

Who owns medical tourism?

Articles, 02 October, 2009

The MTA sues the IMTA over service mark infringement. Can "medical tourism" be owned?

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