The Increase of Health Tourism

Some key statistics from  The Medical Tourism Association (MTA)

    • 64% of patients that traveled for care didn’t have health insurance
    • Almost 83% of patients traveled with a companion
    • 33% of patients traveled abroad for cosmetic surgery
    • Almost 90% of patients or their companions engaged in tourism activities
    • Nearly 80% of the demand for medical travel is driven by cost savings
    • Medical tourists spend between €6,083 and €12,885 per medical travel trip
    • 48% of respondents would be interested in engaging in medical tourism again at some point in the future
    • The cost of medical treatment and quality were the most important factors in their decision to travel abroad for treatment
    • Out of 49 participants that had previously traveled overseas for medical treatment, 36% used a medical tourism
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