Health Tourism Essay

1048 Words Jul 24th, 2010 5 Pages
Ayurveda health tourism a boon or curse?
Health tourism is good for the country's economy and the individuals who are benefited by it. But any country which is benefit ted by the health tourism should provide the health benefit for the poor and down trodden first and the only open the health tourism. Other it is a mockery.

Health tourism aboon or acurse seminar paper?
Health tourism is a boon to any country as it gets revenue and foreign exchange

Health Tourism in India
The quality of service coupled with comparatively low charges for common surgeries has made India an attractive destination for medical value travel. The main clientele comes from the neighbouring countries but an increasing number of non-resident Indians (NRIs)
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This international trade in medical services has huge economic potential for developing countries and serious implications for health care across the globe. The potential is explored in this book through analysis of the market for medical tourism and identification of its link to economic growth. The authors propose that medical tourism is not a universally feasible growth strategy. Instead, it is successful only in countries with economic and political advantages that enable them to navigate around international and domestic obstacles to trade in medical services. It is also suggested that a successful medical tourism industry, when coupled with cooperation between the private and public sectors, may lead to public health improvements in developing countries

Medical tourism refers to the practice of a patient going for healthcare services to an area outside of his or her home country. Of late medical tourism has become very popular as more and more people realize the benefits it can give. One of the biggest benefits that medical tourism has is cost savings for the patient.

However, like everything good, medical tourism also has its disadvantages. We will discuss both the

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