Intuition Media operates consumer-facing healthcare and medical tourism online portals, providing information for patients about treatments, facilities, destinations and healthcare providers. Around 500,000 patients visit our sites each month seeking information to support their healthcare choices.
We operate UK focused sites such as Private Healthcare UK and HarleyStreet.com, and also have a particular focus on health and medical tourism through Treatment Abroad, an international medical tourism portal, Medical Tourism Reviews, a “Trip Advisor” for medical tourism, and DoctorInternet, an Arabic medical tourism portal.
Within the B2B sector, we publish the web site and e-newsletter for International Medical Travel Journal. The IMTJ newsletter is distributed to 18,000 senior people in health and medical tourism businesses worldwide. Through Private Healthcare UK, we publish “Industry Insight” and an e-newsletter which is distributed to 12,000 senior people in the private healthcare sector in the UK
Our aim is to enable patients to make a more informed choice of treatment and healthcare provider whether it is in their own country or abroad. We try to make the patient’s search easier and to provide information that is of practical use in comparing treatments and providers.
Private Healthcare UK
Private Healthcare UK has been operating as an internet portal for people actively seeking services from private healthcare providers in the UK since 1997. Due to its long history and extensive inbound links, Private Healthcare UK has a very high “organic” ranking on all of the major search engines and commands strong positions for healthcare related searches.
The site has an established reputation within the private healthcare industry and with online media agencies who regard the site as a valuable resource. Patients can enquire on the site about treatments and services – these enquiries are passed on to service providers who participate in the lead generation service.
The Harley Street website was acquired by Intuition in 2010. The site was re-launched in 2011 following an extensive redesign.
The site provides patients with online and mobile access to Search, Compare and Book services and make appointments with London based specialists and clinics.
DoctorInternet is the leading online resource for Arab patients who are seeking information about travelling overseas for treatment. Visitors to the site benefit from independent and impartial advice and can explore the options available for treatments and surgery in areas such as dentistry, infertility treatment and cosmetic treatment. There are two versions of DoctorInternet – one in English and one in Arabic.
Treatment Abroad was the first medical tourism portal for people seeking information on cosmetic surgery, dentistry, infertility treatment and hospital treatment abroad.
The site was launched in 2005 and has established a worldwide reputation. It incorporates a “Guide to Medical Tourism”, price comparisons, patient stories, videos, and destination guides.
Fertility Treatment Abroad
Fertility Treatment Abroad serves as a gateway for patients seeking fertility treatment in another country. The site features a search and compare facility that enables patients to compare clinics on price, experience, success rates; extensive profiles of the facility and the staff; a good practice score based on ESHRE’s Good Practice Guide.
There’s a raft of information to help visitors understand the causes of infertility and the treatment options available, as well as background on topics such as patient privacy, standards and safety at clinics abroad and the legal and ethical issues.
Medical Tourism Reviews
Medical Tourism Ratings and Reviews enables patients to publish reviews and comments about their experience of travelling for treatment. Clinics, hospitals and medical tourism agencies are all featured on the site.
International Medical Travel Journal (IMTJ)
The International Medical Travel Journal (IMTJ) provides insight into the medical travel and medical tourism sector, and welcomes contributions from all within the industry. The International Medical Travel Journal (IMTJ) was established in 2007 in response to the increasing interest in medical travel and medical tourism. It embraces many of the themes that challenge healthcare providers across the world – insurance, accreditation, marketing and promotion, quality, patient safety, levels of care and experience in treating international patients.
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