Market Research Report - 239917
Singapore Medical Tourism Analysis and Forecast
|Published by||Renub Research|
|Published||Content info||74 Pages|
Singapore is one of the top medical tourist destinations in the world. With modern medical technology and highly trained doctors Singapore private hospitals offer exceptional health care services. Patients from all over the world visit to Singapore for treatment because Singapore has a team of high standard medical expertise along with many well known tourist attractions to explore. Singapore Tourism Board (STB) works closely with the private healthcare providers to strengthen and expand their reach and referral networks in key target markets. In addition, STB facilitates industry development capabilities to create and deliver value-added experiences so as to enhance service delivery for greater patient satisfaction. At the same time, STB continues to partner the private industry to strengthen Singapore's positioning as a quality advanced medical care destination. Singapore Tourism Board works with healthcare and travel agents to provide hassle-free and comprehensive Singapore medical tourism packages for medical travelers and their family members.
Singapore attracts an increasing number of medical professionals and multi-national healthcare-related companies from various parts of the world to share and exchange their expertise, to conduct healthcare-related research and training as well as to host international conferences and events. However, as prices have risen in Singapore, it has lost US and Western European business to cheaper countries such as Thailand, Malaysia and India.
This is 2nd edition report on Singapore Medical Tourism by Renub Research. The report titled “Singapore Medical Tourism Analysis and Forecast” provides a comprehensive analysis of the Singapore medical tourism market covering in detail various aspects of medical tourists' arrivals and spending from top 16 countries.
This 74 page report with 62 Figures provides a complete analysis of top 16 countries who visited Singapore for medical treatment. All the 16 countries in the report have been studied from 2 viewpoints.