UK Medical Tourism Trends Discussed by Ian Youngman in New Research Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
16 Jul 2014 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The British are again increasingly travelling abroad in immense numbers, but will they go abroad for medical treatment?
A host of organisations target the United Kingdom as they have been told at a conference or read somewhere that the country has bright prospects. However, only few of them take the time and trouble to carefully investigate the UK marketplace, resulting in a great many attempts fail.
New research report “Targeting Medical Tourists from the UK 2014” worked out by Ian Youngman provides a 360-degree view of the US medical tourism market space, presenting detailed analysis and accurate information on British medical tourists.
The report gives a detailed overview of the country, covering its structure, population, life expectancy, age profile of British population, healthcare costs, healthcare system, state health insurance, dental care, private health insurance, etc. It sheds light on the National Health Service (NHS) and Private Healthcare, private and state insurance initiatives, and the attitude of insurers and NHS to medical tourism. The study provides a description of the functioning of the EU Directive on cross-border healthcare in the UK. It includes insightful information on the places British choose to go on holiday and what they search for, places they tend to go for medical care today as well as the types of treatment they prefer there. The research report examines the drivers and restraints of the domestic medical tourism market, key trends in outbound medical tourism, besides limelighting the market potential for differing treatment types.
Targeting Medical Tourists from the UK 2014
Published: July, 2014
Price: US$ 1,370.00
Other In-Demand Market Research Reports by Ian Youngman Include:
- Peer2peer Lending International Regulation, Platforms And Market 2014
- Peer2peer lending global facts and figures 2014
- International and Expatriate Healthcare and Insurance 2014
More new market research studies by the publisher can be found at Ian Youngman page.