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Canadians warming up to idea of ‘medical tourism’ – can dentistry be far behind?

Saturday, May 21, 2011 News Staff

More than 60 per cent of Canadians would be willing to leave the
country for medical procedures if they were covered by healthcare,
according to a new report by an international consulting firm.


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Medical tourism is a growing industry, said Mark Fam, a senior
manager with Deloitte‘s National Health Services. The industry is
divided into two sectors: inbound, the number of patients travelling
into a country to receive treatment; and outbound, those travelling
outside the country.

In terms of outbound, “over two per cent of Canadians right now are
already travelling outside the country to receive services,” Fam told
CTV News Channel.

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About author
Dr. Ken Serota, DDS, MMSc Author of over 70 publications, Ken has lectured on Endodontics and Implantology around the world. MMSc from the Harvard-Forsyth Dental Center in Boston, MA; Fellow of the Pierre Fauchard Academy. Ken is the founder of ROOTS – an online educational forum for dentists from around the world who wish to learn cutting edge endodontic therapy.
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