The 4th World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress slated to be held in Chicago from October 25 through 28, 2011, predicts that revenue from medical tourists traveling to leading medical providers around the globe will generate billions of dollars this coming year. Countries promoting their accredited services and facilities, certified doctors and medical tourism itself are expected to exceed revenue generated in previous years. The World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress is expecting up to 1500 attendees this year, with over 120 exhibits and medical and healthcare representatives from over 85 different countries around the world.
PlacidWay, a leading medical provider and information resource for global travelers, is helping to promote the event. Already a leader in the field and facilitator for excellent, certified and experienced providers around the world, PlacidWay offers transparent pricing information, qualifications and credentials of all physicians and center profiles available for medical travelers from Southeast Asia to Central Europe, South Africa and Latin American destinations.
The World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress will enjoy its fourth gathering this October with participating delegations from countries leading the medical tourism boom, from Jordan to the Bahamas, and Costa Rica to South Korea. Medical tourism facilitators, consulting firms, insurance companies and employers gather at the ever-growing World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress to discuss marketing and promotion for clients, employee benefits, and health insurance providers and consulting firms seeking additional options in healthcare benefits for all.
For additional information regarding the 4th World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress, contact PlacidWay.com or the Medical Tourism Association.