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Medical Tourism: the Next Big Thing in Healthcare Industry - by: Wain Roy ,keywordspost


Medical tourism is the act of touring different countries or nations around the world to receive medications like dental, neurosurgery or surgical care and various other forms of specialized treatment...

Patients with passports - by: BRIAN NEWSOME,gazette.com


Pramod Goel likens his dotcom to online travel sites Priceline, Travelocity or Expedia. But go to make your travel plans, and the differences between PlacidWay.com and the others soon become apparent....

Goa the land of sun, sand and surgeries - by: Samriti Grover ,NDTV.COM


Sun, sea and surgeries - medical tourism has been steadily adding to international tourist arrivals in the holiday state Goa for close to five years now. Recent trends indicate that the number of fore...

Medical Tourism May Take a Hit - by: Preetu Nair ,redOrbit


Hospitals in Goa engaged in medical tourism forsee a 50% fall in arrival of foreigners this season. Alarmed by initial trends, some hospitals are planning new schemes to attract walk-in foreign touris...

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 Tourism Is Great -- for Those Who Can Afford It - by: Niko Karvounis,Alternet.org


Americans going abroad to deal with their medical problems would only cut health costs 1-2 percent -- not enough to solve our greater crisis. You've probably heard about "medical tourism," the traveli...

Go abroad for medical care - by: Jacob Goldstein,Miami Herald


Vacation time isn't just for fun. Increasingly, people who have never left the United States before are traveling thousands of miles for complex medical procedures....

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...

Stressed Britons opt for 'well-being' breaks - by: Martin Hickman,The Independant


From yoga retreats in Thailand to seaweed wraps in Torquay, Britons are alleviating the stress of the 21st century by going on "well-being" holidays to bolster body and mind....

As medical tourism industry rises, India becomes destination hotspot - by: CHRIS NELSON,Indus Business Journal


When the pain in Karen Stocking's right knee worsened several years ago to the point that it became difficult for her to walk, she decided to consult with an orthopedic surgeon for treatment options. ...
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