SPOTLIGHT: Rajesh Rao, IndUShealth

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Rajesh Rao, Founder and Chief Executive Officer Editor's Note: Based in Raleigh, NC, IndUShealth recently released a patient experience study. Using data gathered over the past five years, the study highlights key aspects of the care experience and the motivations of American retail and corporate patients that the

SPOTLIGHT: Professor Felice Eugenio Agro, Part One

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Professor Felice Eugenio Agro, Chief of Health Strategy & Business Development, The University Hospital Campus Bio – Medico of Rome   Medical Travel Today (MTT): What is your professional background and involvement in medical travel? Professor Felice Eugenio Agro (FA): The University Hospital Campus Bio – Medico of Rome

Zachary Rozga, Part Two

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Part One of our interview with Zachary Rozga was featured in Issue 22 of Medical Travel Today and can be accessed via this link.   Medical Travel Today (MTT):  What are some of the other key issues that you are reviewing? ZR:  Right now, we doing some general investigation: 

Zachary Rozga

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            Medical Travel Today (MTT):  Why you are interested in medical travel as a form of sustainable tourism? Zachary Rozga (ZR):  I am currently engaged with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) as a Tourism Expert. The Inter-American Development Bank is like the World Bank,

Tracy Simons, President, Custom Assurance Placements, Ltd.

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Editor's Note:  Based in Columbia, SC, Custom Assurance Placements (CAP) is a specialty lines insurance broker. In addition to traditional policies, CAP has developed several policies designed to meet the unique needs of medical travelers, providers, and facilitators. CAP president Tracy Hahn Simons recently spoke with us

J. Kevin A. McKechnie, PART TWO

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MTT:  We hear a lot about employers adopting domestic medical travel vs. international. Do you see a reason why they wouldn’t make the move to international? JKM:  I don’t see any kind of regulatory impediment, and I don’t see a structural impediment. What I do see is a liability

J. Kevin A. McKechnie, Part I

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Editor's Note: While Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) aren't exactly new, not everyone in the medical travel industry is familiar with how they work. In order to assist with reader understanding of the implications of our conversation with J. Kevin McKechnie, executive director of the American Bankers Insurance Association and director