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Malaysia Medical Tourism Market Likely to Touch US$3.5 Bn by 2024
 
Release Date: 1/3/2018
 
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Medical tourism is also defined as the travel of patients from their home country to different destinations for the purpose of medical treatment. These medical services could be sophisticated treatments such as Cosmetology, Dentistry, Cardiology, Orthopedic surgery, Neurology, Oncology or even routine health check-ups. The medical tourism industry is emerging due to rise in healthcare expenditure in developed countries coupled with the availability of cost effective treatments in developing countries. The high cost of treatment in developed countries is seen as a prime reason for the migration of patients to other destinations.

Medical tourism market is now targeted by many countries' hospitals and governments worldwide for further growth and investment. Asia Pacific provides the best medical tourism market development and promotion example on a regional scale. Government tourism agency also working to increase medical tourism market where it is not yet established. As per OECD estimates, 50 million medical tourists travel worldwide annually. In 2016, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), stated that there were 17.1 million cosmetology procedures were in the U.S. alone. The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ISAPS) published that 9 percent surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures were increase worldwide over the last year. Approximately 23,626,909 cosmetic procedure were accounted in 2016 out of which 39 percent rise in labiaplasty.

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