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The Philippine Medical Tourism Compendium 2011

What should the Philippines do to speed up its growth as a medical tourism or healthcare travel destination? How do we transform healthcare from an economic burden to a driver for economic growth?

How will medical tourism affect Filipino doctors, nurses and patients? How do we upgrade the country’s healthcare system to meet international standards and provide medical services to more Filipinos?

These questions and more are answered in the recently published report— “The Philippine Medical Tourism Compendium 2011 (Facts, Figures and Strategies)” by HealthCORE Research, Communications & Management, Inc.

The Philippine Medical Tourism Compendium 2011 is the most comprehensive, reliable, credible and up-to-date report on the Philippine healthcare system in the context of the global healthcare economy. The report contains facts, statistics, analysis of data and recommendations that are useful to public and private entities with a stake in the healthcare sector, who wish to participate in the global healthcare economy.

The report is a valuable resource for stakeholders in the healthcare and travel sector—academicians, researchers, public officials, policy-makers, strategists and entrepreneurs who wish to know the “secrets” to maximizing the economic and social benefits that the Philippines stands to gain by becoming a regional hub for medical travel.

Topics in the report include: Economic and Social Benefits of Medical Tourism; Global Trends in Medical Tourism; Size and Growth of the Global Market; The Role of Market Influencers; A New Model Recognizing Market Segments and Categories; Industry Profile of Philippine Medical Facilities; Supply and Quality of Philippine Medical Professionals; Competitive Strengths of the Philippines; and much more.

The Philippine Medical Tourism Compendium (Facts, Figures and Strategies) is published by HealthCORE Research, Communications & Management, Inc. For more information and to order the book, please call +632.9108030, 0908.8887880 or email [email protected]