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General Information  
Author(s)S Rajagopalan
PublisherSBS Publishers and Distributors Pvt Ltd
ISBN9788131427309
Pages232
BindingHardbound
LanguageEnglish
Publish YearJune 2012

Description

This Comprehensive Book On Medical Tourism Focuses On Many Crucial Issues That Have Not Been Detailed Earlier. Medical Tourists Travel As Cross-Border Patients To Other Countries To Avail Of Internationally Benchmarked Healthcare Services At Considerably Low Cost. This Is Mainly On Account Of Some Restrictive Factors In Their Own Country Of Origin: Cost Disadvantage, Under Insurance Or Lack Of Insurance, Long Wait Periods, Or Inadequate Healthcare Facilities For Rare Or Even Commonly Diseases And Therapies. This Book Is A Compilation Of Informative And Insightful Articles That Capture Various Aspects Of Medical Tourism In India And In Other Countries. It Also Demolishes Some Common Myths About Medical Tourism, For The First Time, Ever.The Highlight Is An Exclusive Interview With Dr Prathap C Reddy, Chairman Of Apollo Hospital (India), And Articles From Very Senior Professional From Apollo And Wockhardt Two Of The Three Hospitals Groups In India To Have Acquired The Prestigious Joint Commission International (Jci) Accreditation. The Book Provides Comparative Cost Analyses, And Highlights Aspects- Many For The First Time-Such As Cross Border Legal Issues, Insurance, And The Crucial Role Played By Therapeutic Hospital Design And Architecture In Fulfilling Across- Border Patient Expectations. It Also Presents Deep Insights Into The Healthcare Accreditation, Affords A Global Perspective Of The Importance Of Alternative Medicine In Medical Tourism And Presents Detailed Experiences Of Countries That Have Emerged As Forerunners In Medical Tourism. The Book Would Be Of Great Interest To Doctors, Patients, Hospital Administrators, Health Department Official, Healthcare Architects, Legal Professional, Venture Capitalists, Private Equity Funds And Other Lender Accreditation Agencies. Ministries Of Tourism, Medical Tourism Intermediaries And Others.