According to the recent RNCOS report, Asian Medical Tourism Analysis (2008-2012), the Asian medical tourism sector has increased the number of visitors and revenues on an annual basis for the past few years. Fueling the demand is the cost effectiveness, well-skilled medical professional and tourism. India is a key destination and received 650,000 medical tourist and generated US $1160 Million in revenues in 2009. Other countries in the region , including Thailand, Malaysia, South Korea, the Philippines, and Singapore are also experiencing growth. This report projects that medial tourism numbers in Asia will increase by CAGR of around 16% during 2010-2012.
MedVoy already has partners in these countries and is also traveling to South Korea next month to visit hospitals. As always, we will keep you informed of what we learn in order to help you get the best access to global healthcare.
MedVoy in alliance with the Center for Medical Tourism Research is interested in finding out more about potential medical travelers from the U.S. and in particular their interest in pursuing medical tourism in Korea.
The Center for Medical Tourism Research (CMTR) is the first academic center in the world devoted to the study of the fast growing industry of medical tourism. The center is a non-profit center and is part of the H-E-B School of Business & Administration at the University of the Incarnate Word, a private, faith-based university in San Antonio, Texas, USA.
We will pay you $10 for completing the following survey!
We are interested in finding out more about potential medical travelers from the U.S. and in particular their interest in pursuing medical tourism in Korea.
The information you share with us will be kept completely confidential. We ask for your contact information solely to be able to pay you upon full and accurate completion of the the survey (by the time specificed on the survey). Payment will be arranged 4 to 6 weeks after the data is collected (only one payment per person and household).
All data will be collected and analyzed by the Center for Medical Tourism Research (an academic research center) and used for studying potential medical travelers. All analysis will not include individual information and report in the aggregate. We appreciate your time and attention!