Bill Ruschhaupt, Chair of Global Patient Services, Cleveland Clinic will be discussing how patients traveling within or into the U.S. for healthcare treatment help stimulate the economy of the community in which the healthcare facility is located, boosting funding for continuing research and technological advancement and ultimately benefits the American healthcare system as a whole.
He is a specialist in treating peripheral vascular disease, arterial and venous disorders, leg ulcers and swollen leg related to cardiovascular disease. Dr. Ruschhaupt is a certified Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine. Dr. Ruschhaupt has served as Director for the Patient Financial Services Systems Development and Implementation Project. He has been Acting Chairman of the Department of Vascular Medicine as well as Section Head. Currently, he is Chairman of Global Patient Services and continues to assist as Physician Director of Institutional Relations and Development.
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to learn more on how Medical Tourism benefits your community at the 4th World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress in Chicago, IL on Oct. 26!