event summary

EU gave people the freedom of travel and the ability to choose private treatment abroad which will be covered by their country. Many clinics have heard about it but only a few have understood how to use it for their benefit and how to profit from this EU regulation.

Why should clinics bother about it?
If the clinics are interested in attracting patients from aboard, they have to offer services that are more attractive and more affordable for patients.
EU cross-border regulation can do it if it is applied correctly. Although it is a single legislative act for all EU Member States it is understood differently across EU.

Takeaways:

  • What is EU cross-border directive and how does it work?
  • Different approaches to clients from different EU states?
  • What benefits can it give to the clinic
  • What clinics need to do to make It work
  • Examples how clinics have benefited from the EU regulation.
Meet the expert trainer

Arnis Krasovskis

Director
Medrefund LTD
UK
Work experience                                    …
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Arnis Krasovskis

Director
Medrefund LTD
UK
Work experience                                                                         Director, Medrefund LTD,England, UK 2012- Civil servant, Ministry of Health of the Republic of Latvia, 2008-2012 Representative of Ministry of Health of the Republic of Latvia at EU Commision cross-border healthcare committee, 2011-2012 Representative of Ministry of Health of the Republic of Latvia at EU Commision social security coordination committee.2011-2012 Marketing research assistant, Factum Latvia, 2009-2010                                                               Education                                                                                     University of Latvia, Social science faculty, Masters degree. 2009-2010 University of Latvia, Social science faculty, Bachelor degree. 2004-2009 Additional education ERASMUS for national civil servants” European Commission, Brussel/Luxembourg/ Strasburg 2011 “Effective Healthcare Resources Management Programme”, Stockholm School of Economics Riga, Riga 2012                                 Participation in conferences/seminars                                                   Seminar „Cross border patient care – Let’s talk about Polish medicine”, London, UK 2014 Conference „Poland-Your Health Destination”, Warsaw, Poland 2014 Seminar „Cross-border healthcare - How to increase profits by obtaining a patient from abroad?” Warsaw, Poland 2016 Conference „Международный форум медицинского туризма России 2016 (International forum medical tourism in Russia)” Moscow, Russia 2016 Seminar "Medical tourism potential” Riga, Latvia 2017 Conference:”3rd annual medical tourism CE conference” Warsaw, Poland, 2017 Seminar „Latvia as potential medical tourism destination – offer and opportunities”London, UK 2017
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