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The Hybrid Future of Medical Tourism

The (tentative) Recovery of Medical Tourism

The brief history of health medical tourism has focused on individuals traveling from one location to another to access and consume health, wellness, dental and medical services.

The pandemic-related shutdown of travel has shown just how vulnerable these markets are.

People still want or need these services, but how will they access them?

Many factors point the way to a hybrid future in the markets for cross-border trade in health, wellness, dental and medical tourism.

Join us on Tuesday September 20th at 12:00 PM EDT for “The Hybrid Future of Medical Tourism” and open discussion with more examples and insight.

Learn the concrete steps which can be taken by providers and destination managers to leverage the permanent changes in cross-border trade in health services.

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And will consumers overcome their “fear of flying” regarding contracting one of the variants of the coronavirus?

Many factors point the way to a hybrid future in the markets for cross-border trade in health, wellness, dental and medical tourism.

Join us on Tuesday September 20th at 12:00 PM EDT for ” The Hybrid Future of Medical Tourism” and open discussion with more examples and insight!

The markets for health, dental & medical tourism should be considered far more broadly than one patient traveling across borders to receive care.

The new methods of access are:

● Digital communications

● Remote patient monitoring technologies

● Telehealth and telemedicine

WHY THIS WEBINAR: The pandemic has shown that opportunity in the medical tourism markets are vulnerable.

In this webinar, we will review the status of the regional markets for health, dental and medical travel.

Most importantly, we will present concrete steps which can be taken by providers and destination managers to leverage the permanent changes in cross-border trade in health services, and weather the temporary ups and downs.

This program focuses on intelligent, effective responses to the global disruptions in cross-border markets and how to position your organization or destination for the hybrid future.

This webinar will help you learn more about:

1. Why everything we thought about medical tourism was wrong

2. The pathway to the hybrid present – and what happens next

3. Survive and thrive in a highly disrupted travel market

4. What you need to thrive, and how to find it

A discussion with

consulting solutions

Irving Stackpole

Irving Stackpole is the President of Stackpole & Associates, Inc., a marketing, research, and training firm founded in 1991. Irving has over 40 years of experience in US and international healthcare, human services and senior living segments. Stackpole & Associates has worked for governments, agencies and providers in many countries. Irving is widely published, having co-authored The Marketing Handbook of Health Tourism, and has been quoted in The Financial Times, the New York Times, Forbes and many others. Irving is the co-author of, “Marketing Handbook for Health Tourism”.

Connect with him on LinkedIn here.

Learn the concrete steps which can be taken by providers and destination managers to leverage the permanent changes in cross-border trade in health services, and weather the temporary ups and downs.

This session will be recorded, including participants’ questions and answers, and will be made available to participants after the webinar for further review and sharing.

Stackpole & Associates is a marketing, research & strategy consulting firm focused on international healthcare markets. Irving can be reached directly at istackpole@stackpoleassociates.com.

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