Going Global: Delivering Healthcare Services in a 'Flat' World

Wieners, Walter W.
December 2007
Frontiers of Health Services Management;Winter2007, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p41
The article discusses on the two perspective on bringing healthcare service of the U.S. to the world. It is stated that the situation had entailed the impact of medical tourism which had hardened the state's medical economic, however have had implied an overwhelming pride when the country's major medical centers responded the societal demands for global access to high quality medical training which came out to be effective. The author had mentioned that medical globalization in other hand had posed new challenges and opportunities to the world.


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