Medical Tourism Services Include UTI Vaccines

GlobalData finds medical tourism gains prominence in 2024
UTI vaccine
by Jan Vašek
London (Precision Vaccinations News)

An in-depth analysis of medical tourism reveals that companies are focusing on the needs of international patients, including access to advanced treatments, says the Company Filing Analytics Database of GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

On July 1, 2024, GlobalData reported medical tourism now provides an additional revenue stream for companies.

For instance, Max Healthcare Institute Ltd recently revealed that its international patient yearly revenue grew by 14%. And Fortis Healthcare Ltd.'s medical travel revenue grew 12%.

In a press release, Misa Singh, a Business Fundamentals Analyst at GlobalData, commented, "Vying for a piece of this big opportunity."

"....some (companies) are focused on positioning themselves as a key destination for international patients in certain areas of medical care."

"Other prominent discussion agendas include compliance with regulatory requirements, a focus on building reputation and brand in different countries, and the rollout of an international patient support program."

Regarding vaccine services, Vax-Before-Travel recently referred over 1,000 people to international destinations that offer access to urinary tract infection (UTI) vaccines and treatments, which are unavailable in the United States in 2024.

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