Dr. Maite del Toro, a lawyer, specialized in Health Law and author of the first Medical Travel SWOT analysis in the Dominican Republic, invited interest parties to join the main event of the industry in the Caribbean.
“The 4th International Health and Wellness Tourism Congress represent the main health tourism event in Central America and the Caribbean,” said Dr. Maite Del Toro on a video recently posted by AF Comunicacion Estrategica.
On a statement sent to DoHealthWell, del Toro emphasized the importance for high-level representatives of the financial, health, tourism, transportation, education and investment sectors to join the event.
“This is the opportunity to create synergies, to network, and continue to improve and consolidate a Medical Travel industry in our country.”
According to their website, congreso.adtusalud.org/en, the congress is a meeting point for major national health centers, worldwide medical tourism authorities, the diplomatic community, large buyers of international health and executives of the U.S. and Canadian hospitals.
Congress Main Topics
- Health Tourism at a global and regional level
- A culture of quality and continuous improvement
- Innovation and Competitiveness: Regulatory framework, incentives, and productive chains
- Human resources in Health and Tourism
- Benefits for local and international investment in the Dominican Republic
- Innovations in the insurance market, the financial sector, and free zones
- The Wellness industry
- Communities for retirees
- Marketing in Health Tourism
- Advances in Medical and Pharmaceutical technology
- Second opinions and referrals overseas.
About Dr. Maite del Toro
Dr. Maite del Toro is a lawyer specialized in corporate law and business administration with more than ten years of experience in handling legal issues and consultancy within the health sector, as well as negotiations with local and international health insurance, hospitals and accrediting entities.
She is a reference in medical law and an expert in strategic planning and promotion of public-private partnerships for the development of health tourism projects.