An ageing, and growing population and the resulting pressures on the NHS and public hospitals mean that ever increasing numbers of patients are looking elsewhere for their medical and aesthetic treatments. Government data shows the number of people going abroad for healthcare in 2017 was 144,000, an increase from 48,000 in 2014, as the health service struggles to cope with demand. There are also one million more people over the age of 65 in the UK than five years ago.
Social media is also responsible for the significant rise in aesthetic treatments, as patients demand a swift and efficient result to suit their own timeframe and lifestyle
Following the UK’s departure from the EU, UK companies will also have more freedom to develop commercial cooperation with different economic regions.CLICK FOR UK HEALTH REPORT