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Medical Travel Today is the FREE newsletter of the medical tourism industry. Written and edited by experts in international healthcare, Medical Travel Today keeps its readers abreast of trends, deals, new business, competition, medical advances, legal issues, and the advancement of care for the rapidly growing ranks of medical travelers.
Newsletter publisher, Laura Carabello, has 25+ years of experience in health care marketing and is the founder of CPR Communications, an international marketing and communications firm serving healthcare, life sciences and technology companies. A graduate of the Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University, Carabello is an experienced journalist, newspaper editor and reporter.
“For those who are on information overload about medical tourism, this newsletter cuts to the chase and provides relevant material to keep readers well informed on the subject matter,” says Carabello. “We endeavor to provide original material, articles of interest that capture the ideas of thought leaders – and insights on what makes the industry keep ticking. The newsletter circulates to benefits decision makers, managed care leaders, employers, international healthcare destinations – and to potential medical tourists, themselves.
Medical Travel Today is an independent voice of the industry designed to keep readers up-to-date with what is really going on. Expect to see an industry Blog and accelerated interactive communications with medical tourism communities worldwide.
The newsletter is published twice monthly and emailed to subscribers.
Medical Travel Today (MTT) is written and edited by experts in international healthcare, keeping its readers abreast of trends, deals, news business, competition, medical advances, legal issues and the advancement of care for the rapidly growing ranks of medical travelers. Visit www.medicaltraveltoday.com or firstname.lastname@example.org sponsorship and subscriptions.