Medical Tourism Expo
2-4 November 2010
Nehru Center, Mumbai, November 2nd to 4th of November 2010.
The renowned Medial Tourism Expo 2010 is getting closer. The expo is expected to be the largest and most comprehensive medical tourism conference in Asia this year, where top Indian government officials and health ministers will participate and discuss current and future trends in medical tourism.
The Expo is organized by the International Wellness and Healthcare Travel Association, IWHTA, with a mission to provide information, education, collaboration/partnering, and consultation to patients and members and promote cost effective high quality healthcare system that is affordable and accessible to all.
India is by many seen as the medical tourism Mecca of the world, and attracts thousands of international patients each year, visiting the healthcare destination for anything from ayurveda camps to heart surgery. The Indian healthcare industry is expected to grow with an impressive 23 percent per year. How to further develop India’s role as one of the leading medical tourism destination is currently debated, and therefore, the president of IWHTA, Mr. Naresh Jadeja, believes this congress to be of outmost importance.
The Medical Tourism Expo 2010 will feature both exhibition, conference and work shops. Some of the topics discussed at the topic will be the Role of a government to develop medical travel industry, Elevating standards of Hospitals and Healthcare facilities, Developing a Medical Travel destination, and International Law and How to protect your organization. Some of the confirmed speakers are Dr. Ashraf Ismail, managing Director at the JCI (Joint Comission International, mr. Carlos Ariza, Director at International Markets at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida, and David Boucher, founder and President at Companion Global Healthcare.
Novasans is happy to be part of the event, and will cover the expo trough articles, newsletters and interviews, which can all be followed on the Novasans website and its other online media.