A typology of cross-border patient mobility.

@article{Glinos2010ATO,
  title={A typology of cross-border patient mobility.},
  author={I. Glinos and R. Baeten and Matthias Helble and H. Maarse},
  journal={Health \& place},
  year={2010},
  volume={16 6},
  pages={
          1145-55
        }
}
Based on systematic observation and analysis of available evidence, we propose a typology of cross-border patient mobility (rather than the so-called 'medical tourism') defined as the movement of a patient travelling to another country to seek planned health care. The typology is constructed around two dimensions based on the questions 'why do patients go abroad for planned health care?' and 'how is care abroad paid for?' Four types of patient motivations and two funding types have been… Expand
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