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Businesses Can Improve Cash Flow by Outsourcing Medical Procedures - by: ,PR Web


Companies that are self-insured can reduce their expenses by sending employees overseas for certain medical procedures with no compromises in safety or comfort. Similarly, insurance companies can cut ...

Medical Tourism Appeals to 60 Percent of Americans. Are You One of Them? - by: Johannah Cornblatt,NewsWeek


This February, a 26-year-old Californian woman and her mother boarded a Continental flight for Costa Rica. When they arrived at the Sán Jose International Airport, a driver in a white van picke...

Medical Tourism: Your Guide to Fun, Sun, and Cheap Surgery - by: Justin Rohrlich,www.minyanville.com


Traveling for medical treatment dates back to the ancient Greeks, who believed that Asklepios, the god of healing, smiled upon people who went to Epidauria, the Lourdes of the Saronic Gulf. Health-car...

Medical Tourism - one answer to rising health care costs? - by: Deborah Shlian,www.examiner.com


Why spend $160,000 on heart valve replacement surgery in Boston when the same procedure costs as little as $8,000 in India or a $43,000 hip replacement in New York when it can be done in Thailand for ...

TN tourism on a marketing blitz to woo tourists - by: ,mangalorean.com


BANGALORE, July 31, 2009: Several initiatives have been launched to attract tourists to Tamil Nadu including projecting destinations like Vellore with world class medical facilities as part of medical...

Overseas, Under the Knife - by: ARNOLD MILSTEIN, MARK D. SMITH and JEROME P. KASSIRER,The NewYork Times


ONE consequence of the high cost of medical care in the United States has been the rise of medical tourism. Every year, thousands of Americans undergo surgery in other countries because the allure o...

Medical tourism keeps growing High costs in US, lack of insurance drive many abroad - by: Ginger Rough,The Arizona Republic


PHOENIX — Bob Light's prosthetic hip was eight years overdue for a replacement last summer. He couldn't work, was in constant pain and needed a cane to walk. So the 55-year-old Cottonwood resi...

Medical Tourism Business Takes Root in San Diego - by: Tom Fudge,www.KBPS.org


Today, the U.S. Government estimates that health care costs account for 16 percent of the Gross Domestic Product. The high cost of medical treatment may be the number one issue in health care reform. ...

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. ...

Medical tourism: Have illness, will travel - by: Mark Tutton,CNN Health.com


The top regional destination for medical tourists is Asia, with Singapore, Thailand and India leading the way. Those countries are home to private health care chains that target international patients...
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