first_imgAccreditation Association for Ambulatory Health CareAccreditation CanadaACHS InternationalAcreditas GlobalAmerican Accreditation Commission InternationalAmerican Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery FacilitiesAmerican Nurses Credentialing CentreCHKSCOHSASADNV-GL HealthcareEuropean Aeromedical InstituteEuropean co-operation for AccreditationEuropean Historic Thermal Towns AssociationEuropean Society for Quality in HealthcareEuropean Spas AssociationGlobal Clinic RatingGlobal Healthcare Accreditation ProgrammeGlobal Healthcare Travel CouncilHaute Autorite de SanteHealing Hotels of the WorldHealthcare Facilities Accreditation ProgrammeInternational Hospital FederationInternational Medical Spa AssociationInternational Organization for StandardisationInternational Society for Quality in Health CareInternational Society for Quality in Health Care External Evaluation OrganisationInternational Society of Aesthetic Global SurgeryInternational Society of Hair Restoration SurgeryInternational Spa AssociationJoint Commission InternationalKTQ InternationalLeading Doctors of the WorldLeading Hospitals of the WorldLeading Hotels of the WorldMedical Travel Quality AllianceRoyal College of SurgeonSafeCareSwiss Leading HospitalsTemosWellness Tourism AssociationWorld Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/f208yj View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210225005788/en/ CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager [email protected] For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 KEYWORD: INDUSTRY KEYWORD: GENERAL HEALTH OTHER HEALTH HEALTH OTHER TRAVEL TRAVEL SOURCE: Research and Markets Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/25/2021 10:39 AM/DISC: 02/25/2021 10:39 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210225005788/en Pinterest Global Medical Tourism Market Potential 2021: 3 Report Bundle – Turning Medical Tourism Back On – ResearchAndMarkets.com By Digital AIM Web Support – February 25, 2021 WhatsApp TAGS  Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook Local NewsBusiness Facebook Twitter Twitter DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 25, 2021– The “Medical Tourism Global Potential 2021 – 3 Volume Bundle Offer” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. This bundle includes 3 volumes:Volume 1: Medical Tourism Background and Figures – February 2021 (500 pages)Volume 2: Country Profiles – February 2021 (168 Countries)Volume 3: Turning Medical Tourism Back On – April 2021 (Approx. 500 pages) 2020 and 2021 have been dramatic times for medical tourism which is why it is vital for those wishing to stay or enter the market to understand not just the background but how the industry and countries are adapting. All are essential reading if you wish to make more informed decisions and deliver a better return on your investment when targeting the international patient. This report will help you to understand the competition in terms of which countries have the highest number of incoming medical travelers and the US$ earned, and identify which countries have significant outgoing medical travel flows. It will give you the benefit of an impartial view of what is happening now and what the future trends may be. Monitoring the ever-changing world of medical tourism is a challenge for every destination and healthcare provider involved in the international patient business. Organisations must adapt their medical tourism strategy in response to a changing market. To do that, they need to know which countries are doing well or badly, who is going where, the treatments they are seeking, why they are going there, and how political, economic, social and technological changes are impacting the medical tourism market. Who are the reports for:Professionals working in global healthcare marketsHospital and clinic groups operating internationallyInternational patient departmentsTravel and medical travel agentsBanks and other financial institutionsInvestors and private equityInternational insurersNational government policy-makersTravel and tourism organisationsLawyersPolicy advisorsThink tanksManagement consultants What Volume 1 covers:Assessment of the size and nature of the medical travel market.Factors that are encouraging or constraining the global growth of medical tourism.Insights into supply chains, business models, products and the target consumerInsight into who is going where and what treatments they are seeking.Discussion of which countries are doing well, and which badly in this dynamic market.Accreditation organisations What Volume 2 covers: In an exciting new format of individual PDFs for each country, 168 destination and source countries are profiled. New For 2021:Updated information on existing detailPopulation numbers 2020Tourist numbers 2019 and where in 2021Diaspora numbers New sections on:RisksNoneTurning tourism and medical tourism back onTestingQuarantineSafety and healthReliability of numbersCompulsory travel insurance What Volume 3 covers:Are you ready for an even more competitive 2021 and 2022?Many assume that it will just return as before – but they are very wrong.You need to plan for the new normal or a new concept.How will medical travel be different in 2021?The new normalHow to save medical tourism from itselfTourism predictionsMedical tourism predictionsCOVID vaccine is comingBetter testing procedures and policy makingThe advent of digital COVID passportTravel agencies will make travel better and saferThe rise of conscious travellerHealth checksCostsTestingQuarantineReassurance on safety and hygieneTechnologyFuture trendsWhy the Gulf will no longer be the golden source for medical touristsGulfEuropeCaribbeanUSAHotelsSafe travel protocolsRe-opening EuropeCOVID passportsTechnologyFuture of air travelContact tracing appsFuture of healthcare and health insuranceSafeCareSafe TravelsCommonPassTravel rules and adviceAirportsTraffic light systems for travelWellness travelDigital vaccine passportsVaccine vacations and ethicsBureau VeritasInformation and advice from EU, WTTC, OECD, IATA, UNWTO, BAAPS, WHO, WTM, ITB and others Companies Mentioned Previous articleREGO Restaurant Group Unveils New, Contemporary Quiznos Branding in Response to Rising Demand for Differentiated Experiences and Creative Flavor CombinationsNext articleThe Latest: China OKs 2 more virus vaccines for wider use Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more