Egypt transforming to an attractive medical tourism destination

Egypt transforming to an attractive medical tourism destination

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People from the developing countries
start to travel to developed countries to have their education and learn their
skills in these developed countries. The taxes in these countries are very
expensive for the doctors. The doctor’s fees are very expensive.
The human resources are very expensive. And you can get more and
more quality of treatment with the skilled operators and
high technology and high infection control units with
developing countries. With the development of digital infrastructure
and the internet, a lot of people can compare prices
and can see stories of patients, and can see examples of the treatment, the outcome of the treatment
and that is amazing. Oh, wow,
this can be done in developing countries? It starts with Thailand and Singapore,
also Cuba, Costa Rica and Mexico, are also developing a lot
in medical tourism. Also in Lebanon, where we can find
plastic surgery and dental care. We can find also heart transplantation in Turkey. Actually, these countries start to be aware that
it’s a very economic, profitable source of business. And this source of business actually,
it’s -developing. We found that Turkey is ahead of us
in this industry. They are making the concept of
packaging [of the travel]. If we are taking Egypt as an example,
we now have 32 dental schools, 14 government schools and the rest of them
are private dental schools. We are having about 15,000
new dentists a year. Actually, these people have
one of two choices. The first choice: they immigrate to other countries
and this what happened in the last 10 years. But, we start to change the mentality,
they can produce good money. They have to have attractive spots that can make the skilled surgeons and
skilled dentists come stay in their countries. So pricing, you can find the single implant
with the crown, all inclusive. In America for example, $2500. In countries like Thailand, $1500. In Egypt, you can find it for $900; with the same implants, the same scientific degrees of the doctors,
in less time and with the same technology. When we are talking about the currency coming
from the medical tourism point of view, we could produce with a very competitive price
to the international market. So, we can attract people for the industry
of medical tourism and tourism in general. Developing the skills of people
for medical tourism, requires two main aspects:
the medical and the paramedical. Most of the people are thinking of
only making a good treatment. If you don’t have a paramedical infrastructure
that can support this medical structure, it will impair the quality. We are graduating about
15,000 dentists per year. So, we make dentists diagnose on the phone, to be a coordinator and dental consultant,
to send intraoral photos, and to have a cone beam CT or 3D CT
that can make a good primary diagnosis. In the next five to 10 years,
the mix will start to change, from people from Saudi Arabia, to more people from European countries,
to more people from Western countries. Actually, people are now moving against
the flow. They are moving from the more developed countries
to the developing countries, which is a new trend.

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