Medical Tourism: Pioneering the Future in Global Healthcare (MediTour Expo 2011)

Venue: South Point Hotel Spa and Casino

Location: Las Vegas, Nevad, United States

Event Date/Time: May 23, 2011 End Date/Time: May 24, 2011
Registration Date: May 24, 2011
Early Registration Date: Jan 15, 2011
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The second international medical tourism conference: Pioneering the Future in Global Healthcare takes place May 23-24, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Leading industry professionals will come together to strategically discuss how to further develop global healthcare and increase patient numbers by improving the quality of care and services provided to medical travelers. The conference will include presentations by some of healthcare tourism’s most influential leaders.

Discussion topics include: new medical tourism marketing strategies, the latest trends in wellness and spa tourism, facility development, insurance coverage, hospital quality control and certification, follow up care, legal issues, retirement abroad, business opportunities for travel and tour operators, e-health and telemedicine. A panel will provide a market analysis to discuss medical procedures that attract travelers and the best countries and facilities to invest in.

There will also be a special focus on health tourism which consists of a spectrum of services offered though wellness tourism and medical tourism. New trends in wellness tourism include destination sites such as spa tourism, holistic tourism, medical tourism, spiritual tourism, and occupational wellness tourism. We will present at the conference wellness tourism from an international perspective, the fundamentals of an effective marketing plan, and a wellness tourism certification course.

In addition to presentations, the conference will offer exhibit halls, discussion panels, and workshops. The conference will also feature the launch of a new non-profit organization, IntHealthCert—an international healthcare quality organization developed to ensure the highest standard of care for the medical traveler.