Medical Tourism Research

Medical tourism industry is emerging as one of the most powerful industry in the world. This offers top-class medical care at very low prices. In countries like the USA and Britain, people have to wait for a long time to get proper and desirable medical treatment. With the help of medical tourism, people find different ways to get treated in top hospitals or nursing homes of the world without spending much. Medical tourism has created a fiscal backup for the economy of many countries. It has generated different sources of income and has contributed a lot in the growth of a country as well.


As the time is changing, the medical tourism sector is also taking important measures in order to make certain changes and improvements in their top hospitals. If a nation has recognized hospitals or healthcare centers, skilled physicians and surgeons, this will attract more medical tourists to such destination. People will visit best medical tourism destination country for a better treatment and this will help the destination country generate revenues or contribute to their own economies.

About the Researcher

Dr. Prem  Chartered Marketing consultant | Medical Tourism Consultant Dr Prem Jagyasi is a successful entrepreneur and experienced strategic professional. He is a renowned chartered management, healthcare marketing and medical tourism consultant responsible for providing …

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The medical tourism is going through exciting phase where alongside of international activities, more intra-regional travels are taking places in this sector of the health market. The responses received clearly revealed that there is an …

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Role of Facilitator

Result Summary The role of facilitators in the industry was deemed by the respondents to be significant (an explanation of facilitators being that they arrange medical tourism either in part or in whole for health …

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Decision Factors

Result Summary The four most popular reasons given for why patients travel abroad to receive medical treatment were ‘Affordability (costly in home country)’ at 88%, ‘Accessibility (waiting period is high)’ at 66%, ‘Better quality (care …

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Industry Terms

Result Summary The preferred term from 85% respondents for this particular sector of the healthcare industry is ‘Medical Tourism,’ with 35% selecting this option. ‘Global Healthcare’ was the next most popular term at 22%, with …

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Executive Summary

One definition of medical tourism could be; “the set of activities in which a person travels often long distance or across the border to avail medical services with direct or indirect engagement in leisure, business …

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