Noida, India (PressExposure) July 04, 2011 -- The medical tourism industry in Malaysia has been growing tremendously for the past few years and has become a focal point of attraction for several developing countries. Rising healthcare costs in developed countries, and the opportunity to get world-class treatment coupled with the avenue to spend quality time in beautiful locations, are leading people to seek affordable health care services in the country, says our new research report "Malaysia Medical Tourism Outlook 2012" Overall, the numbers of foreigners seeking healthcare services in Malaysia are expected to surge at a CAGR of around 19% during the forecasted period 2011-2014.
Our report identifies that, Malaysia's rising status as an ideal health and medical destination has been progressively luring visitors from across the globe, looking for remedies for an extensive array of medical requirements. The costs of medical treatments in developed countries, mainly Europe and the US, has been skyrocketing in the wake of economic slowdown. Hence, in such kind of a scenario, the emergence of low cost destinations, like Malaysia for healthcare services appear as a better alternative to the patients worldwide.
However, presently, attractive features and costs of healthcare packages are becoming popular among tourists visiting for medical treatments/wellness. In terms of cost offerings, these packages differ from the general surgeries or treatments that are more costlier in nature. Thus, the tourism facilitators provide these disease packages at a cost less than the direct cost of treatment for a medical tourist.
"Malaysia Medical Tourism Outlook 2012" incorporates an extensive research and rational analysis of the Malaysia medical tourism industry. Our report provides an insight of the Malaysian medical tourism industry and studies its past, present, and future scenario. It offers a detail study of the forces driving the industry and discusses key market trends prevailing in the industry, making Malaysia a potential medical tourism destination. It also provides information (analysis and statistical data) of various industrial parameters that will help clients to analyze opportunities critical for their success in the Malaysian medical tourism industry.
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