Bharat Book Bureau provides the report; on “Medical Tourism Facts and Figures”. This This report looks at the now and the future-in the context of the past- so is essential reading to any organization serious about medical tourism.
Global medical tourism has been static at around £ 7 million for five years and shows no signs of growth. What is changing rapidly is each country’s share of the total.
Domestic medical tourism is increasing and is worth up to £3 million, while health and wellness tourism is worth over £50 million and growing each year.
Trying to keep up to date with the ever changing medical tourism and healthcare, health insurance, and regulation activity in every country is like walking backwards up an escalator- stand still and you go backwards.
The idea that it is one global price-driven market is simplistic and out of date, as what makes medical tourism interesting is the ability to adapt to good and bad news.
Every country and organisation needs to update and refine its medical tourism strategy and to do that they need to know the latest on which countries are doing well or badly, who goes there, the treatment they seek and why they go there. Strategy cannot be decided in a bubble-it needs full knowledge of what is happening now in medical tourism. What worked in 2015 may fail in 2017 To continue to be successful in medical tourism you need to understand how medical tourism and healthcare and health insurance work in each targeted country- and what governments are or are no longer doing on promoting medical tourism.
This report looks at the now and the future-in the context of the past- so is essential reading to any organisation serious about medical tourism.
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