An information-packed how-to guide for individuals and employers seeking to learn about health and wellness opportunities in the Dominican Republic. As a rising medical tourism star, the Dominican Republic beckons medical travelers with cutting-edge medical technology, affordable prices and a culture of service second to none. From Health check-ups to knee replacements and most everything in-between, the Dominican Republic has firmly established itself as leading medical tourism destination. Medical tourism offers an exciting new world of possibilities for individuals and companies to lower their healthcare costs!
• Discover what makes the Dominican Republic a great medical tourism destination
• Find out how much you should budget for your medical trip to the Dominican Republic
• Important tips for planning your Dominican Republic medical trip
• Learn which are the best medical facilities for your procedure or treatment
|Publisher:||Medical Tourism Magazine|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||13 MB|
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About the Author
Ms. Stephano is an attorney and specializes in working with governments and hospitals to develop sustainable medical tourism/international patient programs and strategies. She has worked with governments and hospitals all over the globe in developing healthcare clusters, international patient departments and long term international patient strategic plans. Ms. Stephano works with Ministers of Health, Tourism and Economic Development in developing public private partnerships to support medical tourism and at the same time to provide a benefit and return to the local community. She organizes one of the only Ministerial Summits that each year brings together every year Ministers of Health, Tourism and Economic Development.
She has helped assess the feasibility and opportunities of international programs for both U.S. and international hospitals, cities and countries with international expansion, clinical development and affiliations and partnerships. She also consults with governments in the development of sustainable Medical Tourism Zones & Free Healthcare Zones.
Ms. Stephano is a keynote speaker at international conferences and has been mentioned in several media publications around the world. Ms. Stephano serves on the Board of Directors for the International Healthcare Research Center, a 501c3, non-profit medical tourism research center, the Corporate Health & Wellness Association, and two Washington, D.C.-based lobbying groups focused on lobbying the U.S. Congress for the benefits of Medicare reimbursement overseas and the support of U.S. hospitals in their overseas initiatives.