23 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 893 (2016)
In the past decade, medical tourism-the travel of patients across borders to receive medical treatment-has undergone unprecedented growth, fueled by the globalization of health care and related industries. While medical tourism can benefit patients through increased access to treatment and cost-savings, medical travel also raises concerns about ensuring quality of care and legal redress in medical malpractice. Moreover, existing regulations fail to address these unprecedented issues. The multilateral adoption of an International Constitution of Patient Rights (ICPR) is necessary in order to more effectively preserve medical tourism's benefits and guard against its risks.
"Toward an International Constitution of Patient Rights,"
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies: Vol. 23
, Article 18.
Available at: http://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ijgls/vol23/iss2/18
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