West Palm Beach, FL, March 17, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The Medical Tourism Association (MTA) along with the Korea Health Industry Development Institute (KHIDI) is excited to announce their VIP Buyers Incentive Program for the 1st Global Healthcare and Medical Tourism Conference Korea. The VIP Buyers incentive program allows for benefits such as travel expenses, such as airfare and hotel for insurance companies, employers and leading medical tourism facilitators who are interested in medical tourism and sending patients to Asia for medical care. The sponsored buyers will also be able to attend hospital site tours in Korea and learning more about the Korean and Asia healthcare system.
“The creation of the Buyers Incentive Program has already been a success for the Asia Global Healthcare and Medical Tourism Conference in Seoul, Koreal. We have had a very positive response from so many people that are excited about the potential for integrating medical tourism programs with Korean healthcare providers. We are very excited about the implementation of this same “Buyers VIP” program at the MTA’s annual conference, the 3rd Annual World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress which will take place this September 22-24th, in Los Angeles and which will have up to 500 buyers,” said Renée-Marie Stephano, President of the Medical Tourism Association, Inc.
For more information on the 1st Global Healthcare and Medical Tourism Conference in Korea, visit: http://www.asiamedicaltourismcongress.com
The 1st Global Healthcare and Medical Tourism conference Korea is a joint initiative between MTA and KHIDI that will explore and promote the growing importance of medical tourism in Asia, its healthcare system as well as knowledge of medical tourism in other locations around the world. The conference is scheduled to take place April 13-15th, 2010 in Seoul, Korea.
The Korea Health Industry Development Institute (KHIDI) is funded by the Korean government and was established to support the Korean health industry. KHIDI develops the national strategies and policies on global healthcare industry as well as executes a series of projects to promote Korean healthcare to the world such as media promotion on Korean healthcare and medical travel insurance program development. KHIDI runs three overseas offices in New York, Beijing, and Singapore for its regional marketing. http://www.medicalkorea.or.kr
The Medical Tourism Association is the first international non-profit association made up of the top international hospitals, healthcare providers, medical tourism facilitators, insurance companies, and other affiliated companies and members with the common goal of promoting the highest level of quality of healthcare to patients in a global environment. The Medical Tourism Association has three tenets: Transparency, Communication and Education. Medical Tourism is often referred to as medical travel and health tourism. http://www.MedicalTourismAssociation.com