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Bernard Merkel Set To Speak On Cross Boarder Legislation

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The Medical Tourism Association in conjunction with the Medical Tourism Magazine is proud to announce Bernard Merkel as a panel member at the 4th World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress in Chicago, IL on Oct 27th.

Bernard Merkel, Minister Counselor. Head of the Food Safety, Health and Consumer Affairs section of the Delegation of European Union/Commission will be speaking at the 4th World Medical Tourism Congress as part of a panel that will discuss the recently approved new cross border legislation in health tourism that will enable patients to be reimbursed at home for care received in a EU country.

This new legislation does not only benefit the patient itself, but lifts the tourism industry as a main contributor to the economy of each country. Attendees to the Congress will gain insight about how European countries will benefit from the positive impact Medical Tourism industry could have on the economy of each country.

Don’t Miss this exciting educational opportunity with Mr. Merkel and Register Today for the World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress!

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