Medical Travel Industry To Be Focus of New Internet Radio Show
10/03/2012

HealthcareNOWradio.com, a leading provider of Internet radio programming in the healthcare space, announced today the addition of a new show focused on the Medical Travel industry.

Online PR News – 03-October-2012 – Phoenix, AZ – HealthcareNOWradio.com is an Internet radio station providing educational content on current and emerging trends in healthcare for physicians, hospitals, patients and other stakeholders.

The station will launch its new show, Traveling Healthcare, on October 4, 2012 at 3 pm Eastern. Traveling Healthcare will debut as a weekly half hour show hosted by Jim Tate, President and Founder of The Medical Travel Commission. Listeners tuning in to the show will hear Mr. Tate and his guests discuss current topics on medical travel. His guests will include a wide variety of experts and thought leaders in the Medical Travel field.

"Medical travel is quickly evolving as an increasingly valid option to meet healthcare needs” says host Jim Tate. “I look forward to the opportunity to discuss this dynamic movement with leaders in the field. Our goal will be to reveal the industry’s trends and best practices and make that knowledge available to a wider audience."

The show is scheduled to debut on Thursday, October 4 at 3 pm Eastern. For more information visit: www.HealthcareNOWradio.com.

About HealthcareNOWradio.com
HealthcareNOWradio.com is a healthcare Internet radio station. The site debuted in February, 2012 at the HIMSS Conference in Las Vegas. The station was created as a platform to deliver MU Live!, a weekly show hosted by HITECHAnswers.net. The station provides Internet radio programming and podcasts covering a spectrum of topics in the healthcare industry. Learn more at: HealthcareNOWradio.com

About Your Host of Traveling Healthcare
Jim Tate has worked as a consultant with over 175 healthcare related companies across the world, ranging from Sri Lanka and Israel to Pakistan and Peru, providing health information technology services in both ambulatory and in-patient environments. He has directly led healthcare implementation projects throughout the world. Having witnessed disparities in services provided to International Patients, he felt compelled to create “best in class” service standards that would benefit hospitals, travel facilitators and prospective patients. He established The Medical Travel Commission to create the optimal experience for Medical Travel patients through the certification of established and vetted customer service standards. Learn more at MedicalTravelCommission.com.