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What you need to know about medical tourism? - by: Jenilee Matz, M.P.H.,14wfie.com


You need a medical procedure but can't afford it. You learn that you can have this procedure done for a fraction of the cost in another country. ...

UIW creates world's first medical tourism think tank - by: ,my SA News


The center will research economic and social impacts of the medical tourism industry, and use that information to inform policy decisions....

Mexico the new dental destination - by: Oscar Avila,ChicagoTribune.com


Americans flock to border town that takes bite out of high prices found in U.S. clinics....

Patients jet to foreign locales for surgical procedures and return home for follow-up care - by: Marcia Frellick,nurse.com


Hospitals in exotic locales are advertising packages for patients needing surgery that include personal medical attention in luxury rooms, airfare, and the chance to enjoy a vacation after recovery.....

Medical Tourism Corporation Releases Guide on Choosing the Right International Hospital - by: ,PRWeb


The guide provides ten important practical tips and suggestions to keep in mind when selecting a hospital for a safe and predictable medical tourism experience. Medical Tourism Corporation (Med Touris...

Medical Vacations: The Retiree Health-Care Solution? - by: Billy and Akaisha Kaderli,Fool.com


The debate over U.S. health-care reform rages on. But why wait for someone else to dictate your future? You have many options -- if you're willing to take a vacation. If recovering from a medical proc...

All Health Care ISN’T Local Anymore….By 2010, An Estimated 6 Million Americans May Seek Care Abroad - by: ,Thepatientreport.com


This story suggests that the often-stated belief that all health care is local is being challenged by global competition. Earlier this week, a survey conducted by the association of state insurance co...

Americans look abroad to save on health care; Medical tourism could jump tenfold in next decade - by: Linda A. Johnson,San Francisco Chronicle


Consumers increasingly are trying alternatives to their local hospitals and doctors, from going abroad for less-costly surgery to seeking quick, basic care at new clinics in drugstores and discounters...

Hip surgery in India? Insurance may pay - by: JoNel Aleccia,MSNBC


Burgeoning benefits could send hordes of U.S. patients abroad for care. Timmi Ryerson, a San Diego stock market analyst, says her left hip actually works again, thanks to an orthopedic specialist in I...

Cosmetic Travel: Plastic Surgery in Brazil - by: Bill Hinchberger ,BrazilMax


Ginger Kramp of Andalusia, Alabama, traveled thousands of miles by herself to a strange country where she didn’t speak a word of the language and didn’t particularly trust the food. Then s...
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