Before deciding a travel destination, it is very important to check the medical requirements based on the destination, depending on where a person is traveling to, some viruses may be more prevalent in those areas in which case vaccinations are a requirement to prevent disease.
Determine a destination for the medical trip
The Medical Tourism Index maintains an updated list of the best medical tourism countries based on quality of care, safety and attractiveness of the destination.
The breakdown can be viewed by regions such as the Americas or Africa, or the entire list can be viewed in order and then further researched about the country in question to see what else might attract to a region.
Accreditation from the Joint Commission International
International hospitals can be searched, all the traveler has to do is write the name of the province he wants to search for and it will inform him of the facilities in that country that have JCI accreditation.
JCI is a non-profit organization that certifies and accredits healthcare organizations around the world. Facilities that meet the standard of high-quality healthcare and high-quality safety standards for their patients are recognized.
Check travel health notices
As the novel coronavirus outbreak continues and travel will remain restricted for the foreseeable future, the CDC currently has a Level 3 Warning and advises against non-essential travel, health travel notices can be obtained.
If a traveler is looking for a specific type of treatment, they may want to search by specialty they need by compiling a comprehensive list by specialty to help patients find their external sites for treatment, then check their resources section there.
There are many things to keep in mind when doing your research, the most important is what is specifically being searched for, a site that focuses more on plastic surgery might not be a good place to go for a heart treatment, so he definitely wants to search with a variety of resources.