Medical Tourism Asia 2008
Venue: Rasa Sentosa Resort
|Event Date/Time: Mar 25, 2008||End Date/Time: Mar 28, 2008|
|Registration Date: Mar 25, 2008|
|Early Registration Date: Dec 22, 2007|
both healthcare providers and governments are beginning to realize the immense returns medical tourism could bring as a long-term source of income. Whilst cheaper alternatives for treatment continues to be a main
reason for the increasing influx of medical tourists in Asia, new business models are also starting to evolve in the sector. With the recent development of medical cities and emerging alliances between players such as medical spas, insurance organizations, property developers and financial investors, the sector is assured for explosive growth in the next 5 years.
Development in the market has also been largely driven by new techniques
and less invasive procedures, consuming minimum downtime whilst delivering
superior results thereby translating to overall lower prices for traveling
Globally, medical tourism is a US$20 billion industry. And in Asia alone, the sector is expected to achieve US$4.4 billion by 2012.
What will the future hold for leading medical tourism destinations such as
India, Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia? And with up-and-coming players such as Taiwan, Philippines and Korea as well as other international markets such as Costa Rica and Mexico, how is the industry expected to evolve?
Back from its successful launch in February 2007, Medical Tourism Asia 2008 will once again feature senior-level healthcare expert speakers and a powerpacked program that will address the foremost issues in the industry today. Whether you are a primary or secondary market player, this is one event you
CANNOT miss out on if you are involved in this burgeoning market.
Come and join us today at Medical Tourism Asia 2008. We look forward to