The Czech Republic, located in Eastern-Central Europe, has a nominal GDP of €160 bn, of which it spends 7.75% on healthcare. This is equal to around €12.3 bn in total, or €1,177 per capita. When procuring medical supplies for its healthcare services it relies on clinical and non-clinical decision-makers, where tendering processes are a common […]
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The first in a series of two articles exploring the increasing global trend of medical tourism and how it is affecting many different healthcare systems and economies worldwide. This first article serves as an introduction to what is medical torusim and some of the most frequently asked questions on the topic.