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Medical Tourism Continues to Drop in Jordan

Amman25% fall in patient numbers in has been noticed as a direct consequence of regional instability, as members of Jordan’s Private Hospital Association () announced. analysts said “However, high costs may force private patients to look at Asian destinations like Thailand for more affordable treatment. That said, Jordan’s recent pro-democracy concessions will help alleviate fears of further unrest and could start to restore confidence”.

BMI added “For patients willing to pay higher prices, the healthcare cities in Dubai, Doha and Saudi Arabia could gain market share”. The PHA showed that in 2010 in Jordan generated revenue of $1 billion that represents around 4% of the entire country’s GDP. “As such, a loss of 25% of this revenue is a big economic problem as the country’s fiscal deficit is already stretched to appease domestic pro-democracy protesters” BMI revealed.

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