LaingBuisson’s journals have been supporting clients to understand their markets, make informed decisions and deliver better outcomes by providing market intelligence for over 30 years.
Our titles cover UK and international healthcare, social care, and medical travel and health tourism, drawing upon unique data and high quality journalism to deliver in-depth analysis of the sector’s stories, alongside contributions from key industry associations and sector experts.
Digital and print subscriptions are available offering 10 editions per year of each title, plus full access to the online news archive.
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HealthcareMarkets UK delivers comprehensive, reliable and independent reporting on the full range of acute and primary healthcare services markets operating outside, and in partnership with, the NHS. The journal focuses on medical and surgical hospitals and clinics, psychiatric hospitals, dentistry, primary healthcare, temporary/flexible staffing and the private medical cover market.
CareMarkets UK delivers comprehensive, reliable and independent reporting on the full range of social care services being delivered across the UK. The journal focuses on residential and nursing care, homecare, sheltered housing, extra care and assisted living for older people and adults with specialist care needs.
HealthcareMarkets international delivers comprehensive, reliable and independent reporting on the full range of acute and primary healthcare services markets operating around the world. The journal covers medical and surgical hospitals and clinics, psychiatric hospitals, fertility, dentistry, primary healthcare and temporary/flexible staffing.
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.