Four pilot programmes in Croatia for 2020


ACAP has a medical tourism task force to identify opportunities to create relationships with organisations to grow Croatian medical tourism. The task force seeks to help make the country more attractive for medical tourists.

A recent meeting agreed to implement four key initiatives:

  • Croatia Connected Health Hub: a centralised medical tourism website and agency for patients
  • Croatia Cancer Centre: a cancer centre in Croatia
  • An integrated medical and wellness programme of partnerships with destinations in Croatia  
  • An education programme that enables Croatian medical and other health care students to spend clinical time at hospitals in the USA

The task force is focused on identifying potential partnerships in the USA and Croatia, assessing legal and business needs, and implementation of pilot programmes by 2020.  ACAP is a non-profit organisation with 11 chapters in the United States and Croatia with 750 members.



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