Asia Medical Tourism Marketplace Examined by RNCOS in New Research Report Now Available at

23 Jul 2013 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Medical tourism has recently emerged as one of the most rapidly-developing industries in the Asian region. Factors making the region an attractive destination for the medical travelers include the quality of the health services in Asian countries along with short waiting time and relatively low cost of medical treatments. The availability of special tourism packages to lure medical tourists and affordable cosmetic surgeries also fall within the drivers and trends prevailing in the Asian medical tourism industry.

The Asian market for medical tourism is predicted to witness strong growth spurred by the constantly improving medical infrastructure in Asian countries. The market is forecast to experience a 26.5% CAGR through 2015.

New research report “Asian Medical Tourism Market Forecast to 2015” prepared by RNCOS E-Services Pvt. Ltd (RNCOS) provides in-depth insights into the Asian market for medical tourism, focusing on the key country markets including India, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Korea.

The report is an essential source of qualitative and quantitative information on the Asian medical tourism market. It characterizes prevailing development trends, offers detailed country market analyses, as well as evaluates the market attractiveness and the regional market’s competitiveness. The study examines the major market drivers, unveils details on the key market players including an overview of their businesses and recent activities. The report covers all the aspects of the Asian medical tourism industry and also outlines the prospects for the industry’s future development.

Report Details:

Asian Medical Tourism Market Forecast to 2015
Published: July, 2013
Pages: 75
Price: US$ 1,600.00

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