World’s Top Destinations for 2014 – from Canada to Singapore
Medical services seekers considering a moderate treatment abroad and searching for simply the right end of the line ought to realize that Canada, the United Kingdom, Israel, Singapore and Costa Rica have been positioned as the most appealing goals for restorative tourism in 2014, the International Healthcare Research Center proclaimed today.
The Medical Tourism Index, which measures the appeal of a nation for therapeutic go along three key measurements and 34 underlying criteria, reasoned that Canada topped the rundowns for “Nation Environment” and “Restorative Tourism Costs”; Costa Rica and Jamaica for “End Attractiveness”; and Israel and Singapore for “Medicinal Facility and Service.”
“This instrument makes a noteworthy commitment so far as giving fair data about restorative tourism over the globe,” said Renée-Marie Stephano, President of the Medical Tourism Association®, who declared the conclusions at the 7thworld Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress, Sept. 20-24, 2014, in Washington, D.c. “This data gives not just what patients need to know when arranging a restorative trip abroad, yet serves as a significant apparatus for governments, executives and insurance agencies, healing facilities and specialists, facilitators and related travel and accommodation businesses all through the world.”
The 2014 Medical Tourism Index considered 30 nations – around 60 percent of the world’s populace – from Africa, Asia, Central America, Middle East, South America and North America.
“Numerous nations are touting their health awareness administrations, expenses, wellbeing and security, and areas to draw in remote patients,” said Marc Fetscherin, co-engineer of the Medical Tourism Index and partner teacher of universal business and advertising at Rollins College. “IHRC – through the Medical Tourism Index and related dissection – serves as a trusted and proof based help instrument to attain their object.