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Background & history -- Problems, controversies, & solutions -- Worldwide perspective or special U.S. issues -- Chronology -- Medical care providers -- Organizational biographies -- Data & documents -- Directory of organizations -- Resources
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- RA793.5 .S65 2014
History & Development of Health, Wellness & Medical Tourism -- Managing & Marketing Health, Wellness & Medical Tourism -- The International Context for Health, Wellness & Medical Tourism: Case Studies
Medical Tourism & Transnational Health Care
Call Number: UCF Rosen General Collection -- RA793.5.M43 2013
Sickness, Health, Tourism & the Ever Present Threat of Death: Nineteenth Century Spa & Seasonal Travel -- A Way through the Maze: Exploring Differences & Overlaps between Wellness & Medical Tourism Providers -- Caring For Non-Residents in Barbados: Examining the Implications of Inbound Transnational Medical Care for Public & Private Health Care -- Tourists with Severe Disability -- Beauty & the Beach: Mapping Cosmetic Surgery Tourism -- Cross-Border Reproductive Care around the World: Recent Controversies -- Transplant Tourism -- The European Cross-Border Patient as both Citizen & Consumer: Public Health & Health System Implications -- Canadian Medical Travel Companies & the Globalization of Healthcare -- The Ethical Management of Medical Tourism -- Habermas, Transnational Health Care & Cross-Culturalism -- The Impact of Medical Tourism in Low- & Middle-Income Countries -- The Impact of the Internet on Medical Tourism -- Towards a Model of Sustainable Health Destination Management Based On Health Regions
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- K3607 .C64 2014
"This book examines the two sides of the industry: medical tourism for services legal in the patient’s home country (e.g., cardiac bypass, hip replacements, etc.) where patients travel to places such as India, Thailand and Mexico to reduce costs, avoid queues, or qualify for insurance incentives, and medical tourism for services illegal in the home country (organ purchase, abortion, assisted suicide, fertility services, and experimental stem cell treatments)."