I’m quoted in the latest edition of Dubai’s Medical Times, Middle East, about the rise of the Internet as a force in medical tourism. See Casting Your Net.
Category: Medical travel/medical tourism
Three Singapore hospitals have been added to Companion Global Healthcare’s international medical travel network. HealthLeaders has an initial story on the topic, and I’m quoted in it.
I visited two of the three hospitals: Mt. Elizabeth and Gleneagles, and they are first rate. To read my impressions of them see the profile on MedTripInfo and listen to the podcast interview I did with Parkway’s COO, Dan Snyder.
Michael D. Horowitz MD MBA is interviewed by the Entrepreneurial MD.
Hear how Dr. Horowitz’s fascination with leadership and management led to his enrollment in an MBA program, and how one concept taught in class caught his attention sufficiently, that two or three years later, he is now living and breathing medical tourism, and globetrotting to foreign places to better understand who his ideal target market is, and what problems they are needing help with solving.
HealthLeaders has added the HealthLeaders Global Media newsletter to its stable of free, high-quality email offerings. You’ll definitely want to sign up if you’re interested in global health and medical tourism.
In the second issue there’s a link to the Patient’s Doctor blog, in which an Indian physicians opines on “Why I feel sorry for US doctors.” It takes to the next level my comment about primary care physicians becoming a classic immigrant job.