Noida, U.p. India (PressExposure) November 22, 2011 -- According to a new research report entitled "Malaysia Medical Tourism Outlook 2012", from RNCOS says, that Malaysia differs significantly with developed countries in terms of cost competitiveness, which is comparatively reasonable. Treatment costs are not only cost-effective compared to developed countries (the US, the UK), but also less than the other neighboring Asian countries (Thailand, Singapore, India, etc.). The country has designed its treatment cost structure in a way that clearly establishes itself as an attractive medical destination.
The Malaysian medical tourism has continued to witness swift growth over the past few years, owing to improving healthcare infrastructure, increasing number of corporate hospitals, and many more. According to the latest research report by RNCOS, fast growth in associated sectors, such as spas, dentistry, cosmetics, and alternative treatments has constructed a favorable platform for expansion of the medical tourism industry.
The report, "Malaysia Medical Tourism Outlook 2012", provides an in-depth research and rational analysis of the current status and expected position of the tourism industry in Malaysia. It also facilitates future forecasts on Malaysia medical tourism industry for the forecast period (2011-2014). Additionally, analysis of the healthcare infrastructure along with government initiatives has been included in the report to provide a balanced outlook on the potentials of the Malaysian Medical tourism industry.
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Some of our Related Reports are as follows:
- Asian Medical Tourism Analysis (2008-2012)
- Booming Medical Tourism in India
- Emerging Medical Tourism in Turkey
- Emerging Medical Tourism in South Korea
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