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Medical Director Summit will address the challenges of treating local and international patients

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Medical Directors from top hospitals and insurance companies around the world will have the opportunity to discuss their programs and initiatives and collaborate with other peers at the first Global Medical Director Summit that will take place during the 5th World Medical Tourism and Global Healthcare Congress in Ft. Lauderdale/Miami on October 24-26th 2012.

The topics of discussion during the Summit will address the challenges that Medical Directors are facing now. From international insurance issues to consumer engagement, including quality of healthcare and accreditation, these are some of the areas that will be discussed. The complete agenda and instructions about how to attend the Global Medical Director Summit, please visit: http://www.medicaltourismcongress.com/en/medical-director-s-summit.html

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