Editorial

Nightlife Beaches and Birthing - Miami as a Birth Tourism Destination

Miami is consistently a popular destination for tourists, and with its exciting nightlife, beautiful beaches and fantastic weather. The definition of birth tourism involves travel to another country for the express purpose of giving birth there.

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Daniel Pyne

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January 22, 2018

Editorial

The Top 5 Reasons to Join the MTA Today

MTA helps you build a professional network, improve skills and knowledge, meet new people, professional association. The Medical Tourism Association is offering both a Certified Medical Tourism Professional and membership to the MTA for only $479.

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Daniel Pyne

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December 13, 2017

Editorial

How Wearable Medical Devices are Transforming Healthcare

By connecting our senses to sensors, wearable technology has made a quantum leap, unlocking opportunities across multiple industries. Wearable healthcare technology is gaining widespread popularity, primarily owing to its ease of use and flexibility.‍

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Daniel Pyne

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October 2, 2017

Editorial

Out of this World Medical Travel

One of the thrilling adventures would be a trip to space with Dr. James, CMO of the National Aeronautical & Space Administration. It was medical tourism, not space tourism and you might see that the two are intersecting.

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Daniel Pyne

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October 2, 2017

Editorial

Everything You Need to Know About Employer Direct Contracting (Infographic)

Negotiating directly with businesses, hospitals receive a steady stream of patients and that reflects the future of the industry. Employers receive high-quality medical care at a very low cost.

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Daniel Pyne

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May 31, 2017

Editorial

New Research Could Have Helped Wake a Coma Patient

A team of doctors and researchers led by UCLA professor used a new device that emits ultrasounds to wake a coma patient. The technique, called low-intensity focused ultrasound pulsation, was created by a UCLA professor is small in size.

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Daniel Pyne

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September 2, 2016

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