Direct contracting
Cancer Treatment
Editorial

The Financial Burden of Cancer Treatment

For many cancer survivors, the hurdle does not stop at the last course of cancer treatment; hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt will leave survivors and even those receiving ongoing treatment living on the edge when all is said and done.

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Medical Tourism Magazine

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February 16, 2019

Healthcare Costs
Industry News

Global Healthcare Costs Likely to Increase in 2022 and Beyond

Experts have predicted significant volatility in healthcare costs in 2022 and beyond as a result of the impact of the pandemic not only on the economy but also on overall health. Therefore, organizations and individuals need to be prepared for the sticker shock and implement cost-saving strategies

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Medical Tourism Magazine

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February 16, 2019

Direct contracting
Patient Experience & Hospitality

Leveraging Centers of Excellence to Boost Quality and Reduce Cost of Healthcare

Contracting healthcare to Centers of Excellence is not a new model, employers have been leveraging these programs to provide quality healthcare at lower costs to their employees. However, with the economic downturn and pent-up demand for healthcare triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, the paradigm of health will shift toward this model - more self-funded employers will adopt this healthcare plan to minimize healthcare spendings while optimizing clinical outcomes for their employees

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Medical Tourism Magazine

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February 16, 2019

Korea Medical Tourism
Destination Spotlight

South Korea Poised to be a Global Medical Travel Hub Post-COVID-19

With the pandemic restrictions creating pent-up demand for elective procedures, more employees are willing to explore medical travel in countries like Korea to access safe and affordable healthcare.

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Medical Tourism Magazine

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February 16, 2019

Medical tourism
Editorial

State of the Medical Tourism Industry

As the healthcare market broadens, the key players have a growing need to improve on the metrics that drive medical travel.

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Jonathan Edelheit

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February 4, 2019