MEDICAL TOURISM BLOG

IMTJ Blog

What can Google tell us?

01 December, 2008

Can meta-data tell us more about healthcare?

How to run a conference

13 November, 2008

The top ten recommendations for a medical tourism conference organiser

Predicting the future

13 November, 2008

The latest NHS hospital data may show where future demand for medical tourism lies

Ratings and reviews

22 October, 2008

We look at Treatment Abroad's new rating and review system.

What is a name?

28 August, 2008

How much would you pay for a .com?

Boosting health tourism

02 July, 2008

Will creation of a Cross Border Healthcare systems boost medical tourism

Making the right choice

25 May, 2008

Online services are springing up, but can they help people make the right choice?

The numbers game

13 May, 2008

Do the numbers of medical tourism make sense?

A code of practice

11 March, 2008

Treatment Abroad have introduced a new code of practice for healthcare providers

MRSA concerns

31 January, 2008

Are infection rates driving patients abroad?

Cross-border Healthcare delayed

29 January, 2008

Cross-border healthcare could be delayed, redrafted or withdrawn

Driving patients abroad

10 January, 2008

High costs sent patients abroad for dentistry

Cross-border Healthcare boost

19 December, 2007

The new EU directive hopes to boost international medical travel

Tourism without travel?

14 December, 2007

Patients are willing to travel abroad for treatments, how about down the motorway?

NHS pays for treatment abroad

04 December, 2007

A British patient successfully recouped costs of treatment abroad from the NHS

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Do you know what your international patients think?

10 July, 2019

Are experiences of international patients explored as well as they could be?

The medical tourism goldrush is over… or is it?

26 June, 2019

Will new entrants succeed where others have failed?

#Brelcome to Portugal… turning threat into opportunity

04 April, 2019

VisitPortugal’s creative and positive answer to the Brexit threat

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