Attention: The Medical Tourism Magazine, the “Sister” magazine of the Health Tourism Magazine is currently seeking “Green” Healthcare experts to contribute to our “Green” Issue. We are also seeking advertisers for this issue. This is a great way to let it be known that you are environmentally-conscious and support all green efforts in healthcare!
We are specifically looking for those with expert knowledge of:
- Green Design in Healthcare
- Green certification programs for healthcare industry
- “Green” Countries/Cities Worldwide – specifally, being able to focus and compare/contrast
- Green practices regarding healthcare equipment
- “Green” spas
- Holistic aproaches to healthcare
Please contact Sarah Martin for more details on article submission and advertising information.
- Sarah@medicaltourismassociation.com -
Please note: The deadline for this issue is: April 15, 2010
I welcome any and all questions and thank you for your interest in environmental awareness.
The Medical Tourism Association along with KHIDI announces Ori Karev, Chief Executive Officer, UnitedHealth International as a speaker for the upcoming regional conference, the Global Healthcare & Medical Tourism Conference Korea.
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The Medical Tourism Association along with KHIDI announces Ori Karev, Chief Executive Officer, UnitedHealth International as a speaker for the upcoming regional conference, the Global Healthcare & Medical Tourism Conference Korea which will take place in Seoul Korea on April 13-15th 2010. http://www.asiamedicaltourismcongress.com
More information on Mr. Karev can be found at: http://www.asiamedicaltourismcongress.com/speakers.html
The conference is a joint initiative between the Medical Tourism Association (MTA) and Korean Health Industry Development Institute (KHIDI). This Conference will feature up to 1000 attendees from over 25 countries bringing together the stakeholders for intense networking events and educational opportunities. The conference delegates would include worldwide selection of Healthcare Providers, International Insurance Providers, Employers, Top Medical Tourism Facilitators, Travel Agents and Referring Physicians.
The Korea Health Industry Development Institute (KHIDI) is funded by the Korean government and was established to support the Korean health industry. KHIDI develops the national strategies and policies on global healthcare industry as well as executes a series of projects to promote Korean healthcare to the world such as media promotion on Korean healthcare and medical travel insurance program development. KHIDI runs three overseas offices in New York, Beijing, and Singapore for its regional marketing. http://www.medicalkorea.or.kr
The Medical Tourism Association is the first international non-profit association made up of the top international hospitals, healthcare providers, medical tourism facilitators, insurance companies, and other affiliated companies and members with the common goal of promoting the highest level of quality of healthcare to patients in a global environment. The Medical Tourism Association has three tenets: Transparency, Communication and Education. Medical Tourism is often referred to as medical travel and health tourism. http://www.MedicalTourismAssociation.com
Yours in Good Health,
The Medical Tourism Magazine releases podcast with Jessica Johnson, Director of Operations, Medical Tourism Association
Jessica Johnson, Director of Operations for the MTA, sits down one on one to discuss a FAM Trip, otherwise known as a Familiarization Trip. Ms. Johnson highlights some of the most valuable benefits as well as specific details regarding participation and arranging one of these remarkable tours. Don’t miss this important educational podcast by going to the Medical Tourism Magazine website. Click http://www.medicaltourismmag.com/interview.php?Req=29 to listen.
A Familiarization Trips is designed with the purpose of highlighting the quality of care within a specific region, allowing buyers to gain a patient perspective. Insurance companies, facilitators, and consultants will have an opportunity to visit hospitals and clinics as well as participate in tourism activities.
Countries hosting a FAM Trip are exposed to numerous benefits. “During a trip, the buyer will get to see first-hand the quality of healthcare the destination brings and will also get to create new relationships face-to-face,” says Jessica Johnson.
A country may set up a FAM Trip with the Medical Tourism Association by contacting Jessica Johnson at Jessica@medicaltourismassociation.com or by calling (561) 791-2000
The Medical Tourism Association is the first international non-profit association made up of the top international hospitals, healthcare providers, medical travel facilitators, insurance companies, and other affiliated companies and members with the common goal of promoting the highest level of quality of healthcare to patients in a global environment. Our Association promotes the interests of its healthcare provider and medical tourism facilitators members. The Medical Tourism Association has three tenets: Transparency, Communication and Education.
The MTA is the first international non-profit assn. made up of the top international hospitals, healthcare providers, medical travel facilitators, insurance companies, members with the common goal of promoting the highest level of quality of healthcare.
The 1st Global Healthcare & Medical Tourism Korea Congress will feature up to 800 attendees from over 25 countries and will focus on the high quality of healthcare available in Asia. It will also bring together the stakeholders involved in Asian medical tourism for intense networking event and educational opportunities.
- Up To 800 Attendees
- US Health Insurance Companies and Insurance Providers Invited
- Industry Players From Over 25 countries
- Highlighting The High Quality Of Care Available In Asia Korea
- The Top Medical Tourism Facilitators Invited
Seoul, Korea is one the emerging leading destinations for medical tourism and global healthcare in the world. The 1st Asia Medical Tourism and Global Healthcare Congress will take place April, 13-15th, 2010 in Seoul, Korea as a joint initiative between the Medical Tourism Association (MTA), Korean Health Industry Development Institute (KHIDI). http://www.asiamedicaltourismcongress.com/
Just a reminder there are only a few months that remain until the 1st Global Healthcare & Medical Tourism Conference Korea on April 13-15th 2010. If you haven’t already enrolled today in the Buyers Incentive Program which predetermines a number of discount registrations, free registrations, hotel room nights, and flights to those who qualify then simply visit http://asiamedicaltourismcongress.com/buyers-vip-program.php
The application only takes a few moments to complete!
For more information please contact me today!
The Medical Tourism Association (http://www.MedicalTourismAssociation.com ) is presently exhibiting at the Annual AAPPO conference in Marco Island, Florida meeting with PPO’s and educating attendees about the fast growing industry of Medical Tourism. The Deloitte Report estimates that 1.6 million Americans will be traveling for healthcare by 2012. Health insurance plans keep rising leaving more people without even basic insurance plans medical tourism is becoming more and more prevalent. Being that medical tourism is one of the fastest growing sectors in the healthcare industry we a very excited to exhibit this year!
Till next time,