April 23, 2017

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Readers write…

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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 more income. Putting all physicians […]

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Greetings, While major media seems to be focused on the big billion dollar opportunities and numbers that medical travelpromises, there are a few folks who are keeping their focus a little closer to the ground and home. In our first SPOTLIGHT we feature Part Two of our conversation with Dr. Simon Hudson of the Center […]

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Laura, I am reading your book Medical Travel Today: Opinions and Perspectives on an Industry in the Making and am finding it immensely informative. It is superb. I am a practicing physician assistant in Addiction and Internal Medicine and am planning on being involved in medical travel facilitation. I am eventually relocating to Brazil. Your newsletter and again your book have been very enriching […]

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Editor’s Note: Part One of our interview with J. Kevin A. McKechnie that ran in our last issue prompted Tim Morales, President of Costa Rican Medical Care, to pen the following response regarding the history of HSAs in medical travel. We thank Mr. Morales for taking the time to write and for sharing his insight.  […]