Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Increasing the range of Taiwan's medical travel sector

Yearly, there are millions of tourists who come in from China, making Taiwan heavily reliant on the Asian giant with regard to tourism—precisely why there is a need for Taiwan to attract more tourists from other countries, and turning Taiwan into a premier medical travel hub might be the key. And in order to do this and encourage overseas medical investments, Taiwan seeks to open up more of its healthcare sector to foreigners.

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To attract foreign companies, the country established special economic zones that give tax, logistical, and economic advantages to foreign companies that settle there. These zones—which include Hsinchu, Taichung, and Kaohsiung, three major industrial parks—create thousands of jobs for the local populace. In order to open up more of its health sectors, Taiwan’s Council for Economic Planning and Development suggests giving foreigners more access to medical facilities in these locations.

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Most medical travelers come to Taiwan for medical check-ups and cosmetic surgery, and offering access to a whole range of medical and hospital services may greatly increase the number of medical travelers.

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Steven Lash wants you to get only the best care, which is why Satori World Medical in San Diego has all its facilities and doctors undergo a rigorous on-site inspection process led by Satori’s Board-Certified Chief Medical Officer. For more on how medical travel can help you save your hard-earned money, visit the Satori website.

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