DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xd9tpl/medical_tourism) has announced the addition of the "Medical Tourism Climate Survey 2014" report to their offering.
One of the greatest challenges faced by those who operate in the medical travel sector is the lack of reliable and accurate information about the market. Much is said and written about the size of the market, about the exponential growth and how global healthcare is going to transform the world.
But there is often little hard fact, and very few statistics to support what is claimed. Hence, destinations, tourism boards, hospitals, clinics and healthcare providers are unable to benchmark their performance, track their progress, measure their success, identify market opportunities and measure their return on investment.
The International Medical Travel Journal (IMTJ) provides an online resource and e-newsletter to keep the industry informed about the latest trends and developments in the sector.
Each year, IMTJ takes the temperature of this nascent industry through the Medical Tourism Climate Survey. The survey is undertaken in cooperation with the International Medical Travel Exhibition and Conference (IMTEC 2014).
The Medical Tourism Climate Survey 2014 examines current activities, market and business growth, current challenges and opportunities in the medical tourism sector. The research was funded by International Medical Travel Journal and was conducted online using the SurveyMonkey system.
The 2014 survey was conducted in February- March 2014, and attracted 288 participants, representing organisations in 60 different countries.
Key Topics Covered:
2. Executive summary
4. About the respondents and their organisation
5. The current international patient market
6. The international patient market in the future
7. Impact of political changes
8. International research panel
9. Other comments by respondents
10. Services offered by providers
11. The medical tourism business of the providers
12. Marketing to medical tourists
13. Appendix: Results in detail
14. Appendix: Email invitation
15. About Intuition Communication
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xd9tpl/medical_tourism