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

Gregory Ciottone, MD, FACEP, Chief Medical Officer, American Hospital Management Company, Part One

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SPOTLIGHT: Gregory Ciottone, MD, FACEP, Chief Medical Officer, American Hospital Management Company, Part One Medical Travel Today (MTT): You are a physician as well as an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School… so how did you get involved with international hospital management? Gregory Ciottone (GC): Upon graduation and after

Dr. Sharon Sweeney Fee, Part Two

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SPOTLIGHT: Dr. Sharon Sweeney Fee, Part Two     Editor's Note: Publisher Laura Carabello met Dr. Sweeney Fee at the recent medical travel meeting in Korea. In our last issue, we featured Part I of a discussion between the two after that meeting. The conclusion of the conversation follows