This Week in Medical Travel Today…

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Greetings, The Self-Insurer, a publication of the Self-Insurance Institute of America, recently shined a light on the value proposition of medical and surgical care abroad. Penned by David Boucher of Companion Global Healthcare, the piece examines the differentiators that are driving employers to offshore their employees' surgical care (see INDUSTRY NEWS). 

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Amanda, The problem with our medical care here in the US is that it's based on an economic model that is a disaster. Quality has caved in to the adoption of directives here that remove the humanity from healthcare, employing hospitalists who do nothing other than provide the hospitals with

David Mair, Soter Healthcare, Part Two

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Editor's Note: In last week's issue of Medical Travel Today, we featured Part One of our conversation with David Mair of Soter Healthcare in which he offered insight into how Soter health plans integrate both domestic and international opportunities, including telemedicine, to reduce claim costs for the insurance plan and out-of-pocket costs. In Part Two