West Palm Beach, FL, July 15, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The MTA had the opportunity to network and present a new option to the HR professionals for their employee’s benefits plan. Jonathan Edelheit, CEO of the Medical Tourism AssociationTM stated, “Many of the people we met were very open to offering the option to allow employees to travel for medical care.”
Lloyds TSB International, Weight Watchers, the Mayo Clinic, Red Bull, Amazon and Chevron were amongst the hundreds of employers that the MTA had the chance to network with, and really express the value for companies and patients in traveling for medical care.
In addition to exhibiting, Edelheit hosted a workshop for the state of Nevada about medical tourism and attracting patients from around the world to their hospitals. The workshops that the MTA hosts are to help hospitals understand the benefits of medical tourism.
The Medical Tourism Association™ also referred to as the Global Healthcare Association, is the first membership based international non-profit trade association for the medical tourism and global healthcare industry made up of the top international hospitals, healthcare providers, medical travel 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. Our Association promotes the interests of its healthcare provider and medical tourism facilitator members. The Medical Tourism Association™ has three tenets: Transparency in Quality and Pricing, Communication and Education.