Medical Tourism Expo 2010

Event Dates : -
Venue : Nehru Centre, Worli, Mumbai, India
Contact :   Phone : +91 999 899 0923

IWHTA is organizing 'Medical Tourism Expo-2010' in Mumbai to bring together international patients, NRIs, Facilitators from USA-Europe-Africa-Middle East, India based employers with units in USA, UK and Africa healthcare insurance executives, hospitals and doctors from around the world. 'Results and not the false statements and fake dreams' is the demand of Indian healthcare industry and Medical Tourism Expo-2010 will be a great platform for them to interact in most comprehensive-result oriented way.

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IWHTA is organizing 'Medical Tourism Expo-2010' in Mumbai to bring together international patients, NRIs, Facilitators from USA-Europe-Africa-Middle East, India based employers with units in USA, UK and Africa healthcare insurance executives, hospitals and doctors from around the world. 'Results and not the false statements and fake dreams' is the demand of Indian healthcare industry and Medical Tourism Expo-2010 will be a great platform for them to interact in most comprehensive-result oriented way.

IWHTA- International Wellness and Healthcare Travel Association is a collaboration of International Hospitals, Doctors, Healthcare Service providers and volunteers, reflecting at all times the best interest of international patients and its members.

Mission of The International Wellness and Healthcare Travel Association is to connect patients, Healthcare providers and communities and view them as equal participants in the healthcare process. Our mission is 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.

IWHTA looks forward to strengthen ties and intensify collaborative efforts with other healthcare related organizations to undertake a major industry renovation and ultimately advance the healthcare travel industry. So far IWHTA has supported more than 8 international conferences on Medical travel worldwide in USA, Italy, Singapore, India, Oman, Malaysia, and in Philippines.


EXHIBITORS

Exhibiting in this event will put you in the forefront of Medical Tourism Industry. As a hospital your presence will be seen and visited by

  • Hundreds of International patients (Direct as well through patient group representation)
  • Facilitators from USA, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Australia and Asia.
  • Doctors from USA, UK and Africa who can learn about your hospital and refer to their patients or visit your hospital for Demo, lecture or Associate.
  • Healthcare and medical Tourism consultants who can get your hospitals into international insurance networks or help you get accredited.
  • Indian healthcare industry leaders will visit your booth after inaugural and other events.
  • NRI and Indian investors.

VISITORS
'Medical Tourism Expo-2010' will be advertised in many print, TV and online media along with posters at many strategic locations in USA, UK and Africa. It is going to attract many visitors in the form of Speakers, Invited guests, Buyers, Delegates, Exhibitors, Investors from around the world. Participants of this event will be.

  • International Patients, NRI wellness and Diagnostics tourism seekers.
  • Health Insurance Executives from USA and Europe.
  • Facilitators from USA, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia and Australia.
  • India based employer (owners and Benefit managers) having units in USA.
  • Ethnic and community based association leaders.
  • Travel agents and tour operators.
  • Hospital CEOs, Directors, Administrators.
  • Consultants for Accreditation and international insurance networks.
  • Government policy makers and officials.
  • Investors and Entrepreneurs.

CONFERENCE
Session 1: Global Perspective:

  • Unmatched quality and affordability of developing countries
  • Bridging the gap between projections and reality of medical tourism.
  • If they get success; you too can. Need and have of medical travel industry.
  • Need of a medical tourism focused Incredible India campaigns

Session 2: Role of a government to develop medical travel industry

  • Incentives
  • Infrastructure
  • Global branding and recognition
  • Need of a United effort: 'India Healthcare Travel Council' – maybe.

Session 3: Elevating standards of Hospitals and Healthcare facilities: 1

  • Does your hospital need a make over treatment
  • CRM, Social Networking and cultural changes
  • Elevating overall patient experience

Session 4: Elevating standards of Hospitals and Healthcare facilities: 2

  • Ritz Carlton hospitality in Hospital.
  • Changes by evaluating patient satisfaction.
  • What is essential for International patients
  • Reporting Quality control and infection rates: Challenges and rewards.

Session 5: Hospital's brand ambassador: Medical Travel Facilitators.

  • Do you really need Medical Travel facilitator?
  • Do facilitators get that importance? What Medical Travel facilitators want?
  • Establishing effective communication channel between facilitator and Hospital.
  • Overseas partnership for to create brand for inbound and outbound medical travel.

Session 6: Developing a Medical Travel destination

  • Foundation of an International Healthcare Facility
  • Training an existing paramedical staff for international patient encounter.
  • Online presence, Social Networking: New age marketing tools
  • Innovative ways of marketing in medical tourism
  • Partnering and associating with world class medical facilities

Session 7: Healthcare IT

  • How IT can facilitate better patient services: Data mining, Communication and Response system, Electronic Data transfers.
  • Innovations in Healthcare record systems: Is paperless truly possible?
  • Packaging Tele medicine and Medical Travel: A complete solution.

Session 8: World of Alternative medicines and wellness programs

  • Ayurveda with an international approach: Experience and rewards
  • Balancing traditional Yoga and Scientific Wellness programs
  • New trends and needs in Health Spa.
  • Can it be a resort if it doesn’t have health spa?

Session 9: Accreditation

  • Preparing your healthcare facility for Accreditation process
  • Before and after of Accreditation
  • Accreditation for marketing
  • Accreditation for system development
  • Accreditation quality control and patient safety.

Session 10: International Law and How to protect your organization

  • Understanding privacy laws in other part of the world
  • Liability issues when dealing with International patients
  • Issues and real world examples
  • Legal formalities with patient, facilitators and other service providers

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