Globalization and Medical Travel: Emerging Challenges of Quality and Safety



While price and affordability for patients is a primary issue for medical travel, few would support the growth of medical travel if the cost savings came at the expense of quality and patient safety. Adapting the more traditional and evidence based measures of quality to a newly global practice environment has become an emerging challenge for providers and patients, says contributor Sharon S. Kleefield, MA, PhD.
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