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Trump's policies a tough pill for American medical tourism agencies

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16-Mar-17 The USA has long been a top destination for travellers from Gulf Coast Countries seeking healthcare treatments abroad. Since Donald Trump's travel ban was announced, travel bookings from the countries covered have decreased by 80%. With Emiratis alone, travelling abroad for treatment spending USD250,000 per-visit, American specialist facilities are rightly concerned over the implications the ban might have. [image: Arab Health]

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Malaysia's medical tourism revenue hit MYR1 bn in 2016

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16-Mar-17 Malaysia’s medical tourism industry grew by almost 25% in 2016, raking in an estimated MYR1.15 bn (USD260 mn) in hospital revenue, revealed the Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council. CEO Sherene Azli said medical tourists were the biggest spenders among tourists in the country. “Our medical tourists mostly come from Indonesia, China, India, Australia, the United Kingdom and the Middle East,” she said. [image: Free Malaysia Today]

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BDMS unit opens medical lab in Yangon

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16-Mar-17 N Health, a unit under Thailand's BDMS hospital group, has launched a medical laboratory in Yangon, Myanmar, with local partners, to tap growing opportunities there. Since the civilian government started in 2011, health expenditures have risen over 10 times and this is just the beginning," said Dr Win Zaw Aung, managing director of Sea Lion Group. [image: Bangkok Post]

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India’s price new controls on cardiac stents are not a welcome sign

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15-Mar-17 India's decision to put in place price controls on cardiac stents shows it is a country that isn't business-friendly, say representatives from the US Embassy in New Delhi. The country’s classification of the cardiac stents as an essential medicine requires that they abide by new regulatory guidelines and pricing regulations. [image: Hindustan Times]

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