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Advanced Surgeries in Medicine at Bangalore - by: Anisha Nair,Citizen Matters - Bangalore


It is not for nothing that Bengaluru is a leading medical tourism destination in the country. A pool of talented specalists doctors in the city’s major hospitals are lining up noteworthy acco...

Marching in Medicine but Trailing Along in Technology - by: Payal Gwalani,The Times of India


India may be advancing as a favoured destination for medical tourism, and so is the burden of non-communicable diseases in the country. However, one industry which can make the medical services eve...

Is India Playing its Cards Right in Medical Tourism? - by: Dr Prem Jagyasi,Express Health Care Mgmt.


With the globalisation landscape widening into healthcare consumerism, India - the outsourcing hub of the world - has another opportunity to capitalise. But despite holding all the aces in its...

Sick? Visit the Taj Mahal - by: Indrajit Basu ,Asia Times Online


Thomas Hiland, a Denver, Colorado, real-estate broker, was diagnosed early this year with a heart condition that required complicated valve-replacement surgery. Given that his ailment would have given...

Employers increasingly tapping medical tourism for cost savings - by: Jessica Fraser,Newstarget


About 500,000 Americans traveled overseas last year to undergo surgeries that cost two to three times more in the United States, according to the National Coalition on Health Care. Medical tourism ha...

Sending Patients Packing - by: Julie Appleby and Julie Schmit,USA TODAY


Would you travel to India for a cut-rate heart bypass? How about Thailand for a hip replacement? Some uninsured and those with skimpy insurance have taken the risk, leading to what promoters say is a ...

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