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UK/EU healthcare promise

10 October, 2019

Six-month health cover for British nationals in the EU?

Medical tourism needs CXOs #BotchedNoMore

10 October, 2019

Who should manage the patient experience?

Falling medical travel to Costa Rica

25 September, 2019

Prices and competition reduce flow to Costa Rica

Japan’s inbound medical tourism

25 September, 2019

Affluent Chinese patients go to Japan

Building an international patient business

12 September, 2019

Hard work, but the rewards are high

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Perfect pairing

01 March, 2008

IMTJ looks at two profiles of medical facilitators

Health, the next big thing

10 February, 2008

Is medical treatment the next big thing for the travel industry

Dissatisfied patients

10 February, 2008

Does the industry always have to deal with dissatisfied customers?

Singapore: State of health

31 December, 2007

We look at the hospitals of Singapore as major players for international patients

Singapore: State of health

31 December, 2007

Kenny Coyle looks at Singapore and it's hospitals as part of the medical tourism industry

World health tourism congress

01 January, 2007

This year's World Health Tourism Congress in Cyprus was a success

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