* to promote positive and stable growth of the Medical Tourism and Global Healthcare Industry with a strong focus on Transparency and Communication.
What is Medical Tourism?
Medical Tourism can be generally defined as provision of ‘cost effective’ private medical care in association with a tourism industry for patients in need of surgical or other forms of specialized treatment. The process is being facilitated by the corporate sector involved in medical care as well as the tourism industry – both private and public.
* to raise awareness of the high level of quality healthcare
* to equip the patients with unbiased sources of information, regarding insurance companies and top hospitals, in terms of their quality of care as well as outcomes.
* to protect the reputation of Medical Tourism from disreputable hospitals, healthcare providers and medical tourism facilitators that may not maintain the same level of quality healthcare and standards.
Why Medicare International?
Medicare international aspires to offer transparency in both quality of care and pricing. To ensure patient safety, it is the main goal of the company to create a bridge of honesty between the patient and the physician regarding the quality of healthcare that operates in each country. Hence, it is increasingly important to create transparency in pricing as well, so that MCI takes proper care measures for patients traveling overseas and to build and sustain trust between the organization and its patients.
The Medicare International is also functioning on the Quality of Care Project, which will change the way we look at the reporting of global healthcare statistics and the quality of care available at hospitals around the world.