Medical Tourism in a Coronavirus Positive World What the Future Holds
COVID-19 has stalled the world’s rotational axis. Much life as we know it has paused. Borders closed, employees furloughed, businesses bankrupt, social gatherings shut down – almost every person on Earth has life disrupted seemingly in an instant. For the foreseeable future, assuming no less than 12-18 months, society will pursue a course of adaptation. Perhaps, life will never be the same again as common cultural habits, like handshakes, become a thing to avoid.
But how does this new way of life specifically impact the tourism sector – more specifically, medical tourism? What can we learn from a country like South Korea, which has led the way by example and potentially handled the pandemic better than any other? Join us for a fireside chat featuring the Korea Tourism Organization to learn best practices that you can apply in your healthcare organization or government system to not only re-open the borders but seize the opportunity in dominating the global competition as an international healthcare leader.