Monthly Archives: July 2016

Dymphna Boholt Reviews Potential Economic Impact of International Medical Tourism

Public policy measures often result in some kind of unexpected or unforeseen consequence, and it is just as likely for the unintended consequence to be a positive one as it is to be a negative one. When the Australian government […]

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Andrew Charlton on the Relationship Between Patient Education and Health

It is becoming increasingly common for patients to walk into their doctor’s office armed with a wealth of information concerning their symptoms and the incredibly broad range of potential health issues associated with those symptoms. On the whole, this is […]

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