Research predicts more than 15 percent growth for Poland Medical Tourism Market by 2013
Wednesday 7, July 2010
In its upcoming research report “Poland Medical Tourism Market 2013”, TechSci Research anticipates phenomenal growth for Poland medical tourism market in the near future.
The medical tourism market in Poland has been driven by multiple favourable factors such as low waiting time, low cost treatment facilities and proximity to most of the European countries. Besides this, the rising healthcare cost in developed countries is also forcing patients to look for other destinations like Poland for medical procedures.
In recent years hospitals and clinics in Poland have emerged as highly sought after destinations for medical procedures among international travellers. A large number of medical travellers from European countries like UK and Germany have visited hospitals and clinics in Poland for treatments like dental surgery and cosmetics surgery.
According to TechSci Research, the entry of Poland in the European Union (EU) in 2004 and implementation of standard regulations and policy framework similar to other member countries has also provided the requisite thrust to the medical tourism industry. The hospitals and clinics in Poland will continue to attract large number of medical tourist from European region because of world class treatment facilities at low cost and absence of any visa requirement for travel within European Union borders.
“Poland Medical Tourism Market 2013” gives a detailed and unprejudiced overview of the various aspects of the medical tourism industry in Poland. This report helps the reader to get an overview on the latest trends, medical tourism market revenue, number of medical tourist arrivals, and comparisons of cost of treatment between Poland and other destinations. It also gives a brief overview on the existing healthcare infrastructure in Poland in terms of number of public and private hospitals, medical personnel, and health resorts.
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