International Hospitals and Healthcare Features

Tatum Anderson explores healthcare and health insurance in India, where a growing need for high-quality medical care has prompted the growth of private enterprises.

Tatum Anderson explores the difficulty of accessing renal services abroad and investigates the largest problem: cost.

Security experts warn that more major cyber attacks like the WannaCry ransomware attack of May 2017 are inevitable.

A small Latin American country that has become the byword for ecotourism, rainforests and wildlife – one-quarter of Costa Rica is protected area and national park – is also a destination for medical treatment.

Co-founder and clinical ambassador Daniel Shaw discusses how GCR strives to ensure clinics deliver the best patient experience possible

Leeches, maggots and spider webs have been used by healers since antiquity. In the 21st Century, researchers are discovering that treatments such as maggot debridement therapy can be effective.

Director of the GAUZE: Unravelling Global Healthcare documentary and founder of Gauze, a company that digitises information on global hospitals, Suzanne Garber, highlights her dream of a healthcare system that pr

Following research that found that men were more likely to receive life-saving CPR than women, Tatum Anderson delves deeper, asking how much gender bias there is in healthcare.

Employers and other stakeholders are increasingly working together to overcome stigma and tackle mental illness in the workplace. Robin Gauldie reports

Tens of thousands of doctors and nurses working in the UK are likely to leave the country as a result of the UK’s decision to part way with the EU, crippling the NHS.

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