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World Medical Tourism Congress Takes on a New Look for Florida Congress
The World Medical Tourism Congress announces the launch of the new and improved website www.MedicalTourismCongress.com as part of its mission to provide the best educational platform in the medical tourism industry.
The new website offers customized information to the following industries:
• International healthcare providers
• Employers & insurance companies
• Government organizations
• Medical tourism facilitators
• Travel agents
• Global benefits professionals
• Healthcare development
• Medical technology companies
• Hospitality industry
Navigators of the site can find their industry specific benefits to attend the annual congress, the most updated agenda which includes innovative topics and case studies, CME’s, the list of expert speakers and other event highlights such as the 3rd Global Ministerial Summit, Caribbean & Island Ministerial Summit and the Medical Director Summit which will take place during the Congress.
“The goal is simplicity, the new design will eliminate searching through every page for the right answer, the information you need would be right in front of you” said Stephano. “This new website will prepare industries for the Congress and educate them for the future.” She added.
View the new site here: http://www.MedicalTourismCongress.com
About the World Medical Tourism Congress
The conference is the dedicated annual event of the Medical Tourism Association™
The 5th World Medical Tourism and Global Healthcare Congress, which will take place on the beach in Ft. Lauderdale/Miami October 24-26th will also feature the Global Benefits Conference, http://www.globalbenefitsconference.com, focusing on international employers and insurance companies and it will be fully integrated for the first time with the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress, http://www.employerhealthcarecongress.com which is one of the largest insurance conferences in the United States.