Anuja Agrawal, CEO of Health Flights Technologies, will present at the World Medical Tourism Congress Taiwan this month on the benefits of incorporating technology into medical tourism. Health Flights is the premier provider of an end-to-end, integrated services and technology for the medical tourism, wellness and health care industries. Ms. Agrawal has 28 years of experience in the information technology and consulting industry. Most recently, she was CEO of a consulting firm providing high level consulting services, such as strategic planning, business process evaluation and improvement, customer relationship management, business intelligence, and strategies for enabling and integrating technologies, to large financial institutions.
Over the last several years, more and more companies from around the world are focusing on keeping their employees healthy, it is a trend called corporate wellness. Multiple studies have shown a relationship between employee health and business productivity. At the World Medical Tourism Congress Taiwan this month, Breckon Jones, director of Global Benefits for American Express, will share the opportunities and challenges he has experienced in order to achieve global corporate wellness.
Join us for a unique look at how “Free Trade Zones” fit into sustainable healthcare projects. As manager of the Korean government’s special agency Jeju Free International City Development Center (JDC) based in Jeju Island, OH Eunsan Albert will share his experiences and insights on this topic.
As CEO and Founder of One Source Benefits and International Med Retreat, Tracy McManamon is well-qualified to share his insights and advice about marketing to North American Patients at the World Medical Tourism Congress Taiwan 2014 this month.
As a doctor, managing relationships with patients can often be a difficult endeavor in the best of circumstances. Throw in travel, language and cultural barriers, and it can be especially challenging. Dr. Kevin D. Huffman, medical director/chair of MTA Medical Education Committee will discuss some of the key elements involved in managing international patients this month at the World Medical Tourism Congress Taiwan 2014.
Elizabeth Greenbaum’s job is to keep people healthy, and what a challenge that can be these days when many of us are working 60-70 hour weeks. As assistant director of the Global Business Group on Health (GBGH), she oversees important initiatives related to global wellness, health metrics, tobacco cessation and cost management. Additionally, she manages the Business Group’s Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyle’s Global Distinction award program. At the World Medical Tourism Congress Taiwan this month, Greenbaum will have the opportunity to spread the word about corporate wellness to the other side of the globe.
Craig Beveridge, executive chairman of Bimc Siloam Hospital Group Bali, has a goal of putting Bali on the map of global medical tourism. This month at the World Medical Tourism Congress Taiwan 2014, Mr. Beveridge will share a case study about medical tourism development in Bali. During his presentation he will draw from his personal experiences to bring this case study to life.
A medical crisis can strike at any time and is especially difficult for patients traveling overseas. Joe Corrigan, of Platinum Healthcare, Indonesia, will share his insights on this important topic at the World Medical Tourism Congress Taiwan 2014 this month. As CEO of Platinum Healthcare, a TPA and medical/travel assistance company, Mr. Corrigan has years of experience sending Indonesian patients abroad to markets such as Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and South Korea. As an expert in Asian medical tourism, Mr. Corrigan will enlighten attendees with his insights and experience on how to manage medical travelers during a time of crisis.