Medical Tourism Market Investigated by Ian Youngman in New Research Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
13 Jan 2014 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Presently, there are two contrary views on the development of medical tourism industry. Some people believe that medical tourism market is currently witnessing a tremendous uptake and will likely register robust growth in the upcoming years, driven mainly by prices. Others consider medical tourism to be just a myth. Actually, the medical tourism is a dynamic business in certain countries, whilst in others it is static.
Thailand, South Korea and Malaysia are amid the top medical tourism markets, driven to a large extent by favourable initiatives taken by the countries’ governments. Revolutions, natural disasters, wars and also constantly changing travel habits refer to the group of the key factors which have a profound influence on the dynamics of the medical tourism market growth.
New research report “Medical Tourism Facts and Figures 2014” worked out by Ian Youngman provides a holistic view on the medical tourism market performance.
The report presents a detailed market analysis and uncovers the most cutting-edge and accurate information on the current market landscape. It discloses important data on the world’s top destinations, discusses the major reasons for travelling, and also covers the present-day medical tourism directions. The research report sheds light on numerous country markets, offers a snapshot of the world’s organizations involved in the medical tourism market, examines the key market segments, unveils the most significant medical tourism industry estimates, identifies the market leaders, evaluates the industry growth potential, besides granting access to a comprehensive market future outlook.
Medical Tourism Facts and Figures 2014
Published: January, 204
Price: US$ 990.00
Other In-Demand Market Research Studies by Ian Youngman Include:
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- Major New Report on Crowdfunding in the UK
- The Future of International and Expatriate Health Insurance
More insightful research reports by the publisher can be found at Ian Youngman page.