Many thanks to our colleagues and partners from Egypt In-Touch Assistance in Hurgadha for the great support and hosting of the 1st Temos Conference in Egypt . More
The medical tourism market has seen great uptake in recent years. New players are entering the market while existing players have to defend the market share they have built up over time.
We are facing a highly dynamic market environment where additional patient streams, price transparency, new treatment trends and digitalisation are only few of the main forces impacting the market.
As a hospital or doctor in this ecosystem, it is therefore critical to keep your finger on the pulse of the market. Early detection of competition, change in patient preferences and price wars are more important than ever - before they impact your revenue numbers.
Dr. Sophie Chung, will talk about how hospitals and doctors can directly receive feedback, create relevant market transparency for their business without getting lost in numbers and more importantly, how to derive insights and translate them into impactful measures.
The release of the United Nation (UN)’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in 2015 and in a survey done globally with private sector looking on where their value chain has the greatest impact on what SDGs revealed that businesses care about the Global Goals and regard health as one of the top priorities.
Using the SDG Compass introduced by the GRI, UN Global Impact, and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development as the roadmap, these have driven St. Luke’s Medical Center towards integrating sustainability into strategic planning and business operations.
St. Luke’s Medical Center Leadership and Governance, the heart of the Blueprint for Corporate Sustainability, will undeniably be the foundation of how we will manage the opportunities and risks brought about by the emerging global needs and aspirations and create stakeholder value in view of the economic, environmental, and social pillars of sustainable development.
Medical wellness is being more and more embraced as people become more mindful and focused on taking personal responsibility for their health. But what does medical wellness mean in 2017?
Hotels are still offering traditional rehabilitation medical treatments, hospitals are slowly introducing wellness services – but what is the future? Both the current trends and future opportunities will be explored in this presentation.
- one of the world’s oldest cities, a centre for the arts, learning and philosophy.
- the home of Hippocrates, known as the “Father of Modern Medicine”.
- and from May 21-24 2018, the venue for the IMTJ Medical Travel Summit 2018. More
Congratulations to Zante Medical Care which has successfully completed its re-certification process according to the Temos program “Quality in International Patient Care” and which has demonstrated again consistent realization of its policies and procedures. More
Committed to high quality treatment, based on the expertise of well trained and experienced dentists and supported by a team of kind and experienced nurses and administration staff, Global Dental Specialist Clinic passed the Temos re-certification “Quality in International Dental Care” with high scores. More
Executives and doctors of St. Luke’s-Global City recently attended the blessing of a new facility in the hospital – the Center for Autism and Developmental Medicine. Located at the 6th Floor of the Nursing Tower (main building), the Center is envisioned to become a resource and research center that aims to advance the best science of clinical care for individuals with autism and their families. More
Maya Angelou’s words: „People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel“ served as an inspiration to the birth and philosophy for the International Center of Clinica de Occidente, where services focused on the patient is the main feature of the hospital’s work. More
Globalization, digitalization, demographics and changing travel patterns create an increased demand for international air ambulance transport and likewise pose new challenges to air ambulance companies. Whilst most international patients will travel on a commercial plane or use ground transport, there is a growing demand for international patients to use aeromedical transport. The reasons may be medical, but also comfort and timelines. Safety, quality, promptness and economic aspects are essential. More