A new web portal is working to help medical tourists shop for the best provider in a range of countries
Spotted: Netherlands startup Heal2Go is developing a service that will help connect people looking for an international medical provider, with providers trying to attract more international patients.
Patients can search by treatment, destination and package, as well as compare clinics and prices, read patient reviews request quotes and book online. All of the medical centres on its platform have national and international accreditation.
“Hospitals and clinics can easily increase their ‘online visibility’ and ‘revenue’ by registration to attract more international patients,” the company told Crunchbase.
Heal2Go was created by three students at Amsterdam Science Park, with the aim of making medical traveling easier. The company describes itself as a ‘treatment search engine platform’ to connect patients with treatments. The site may eventually allow patients to shop online for medical treatments just as they would shop for clothes or books on Amazon.