Why A Pill That’s 4 Cents in Tanzania Costs Up To $400 In The U.S. Npr.org – Two pills to wipe out hookworm could cost you 4 cents. Or $400. It just depends where you live. The 4 cents is in Tanzania. That'll cover the two pills it takes to knock
The Cleveland Clinic joins other providers eyeing affiliate agreements in China Fiercehealthcare.com – Healthcare organizations are looking to international markets to increase the reach and depth of their brands. Epidemic Of Health Care Waste: From $1,877 Ear Piercing To ICU Overuse NPR.org – Two years ago, Margaret O'Neill brought her 5-year-old daughter to Children's Hospital
Soaring global obesity rates come with hefty price tag cbsnews.com – New research is offering fresh insight into the global epidemic of obesity, revealing which countries are suffering most, how much it could cost them to treat related illnesses, and giving one glimmer of hope in the battle to beat the bulge.
The Proliferation & Considerations of Medical Tourism Huffingtonpost.com – A colorful facet of globalization has been the blurring of international boundaries, allowing individuals to travel across country lines with ease to enjoy services and unique cultural phenomena different from their own. Healthcare has become one such sought-after service in the international
Joint replacement model mandatory areas slashed in CMS proposal Mcknights.com – The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services wants to drop the number of mandatory geographic areas participating in the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement model from 67 to 34, according to a proposal issued Tuesday. CJR participants in the remaining areas
Making Greece a Medical Tourism Destination Neokosmos.com – It was an unofficial 'summit meeting', but it may bear very official fruit, presenting Greece with the opportunity to become a hub for medical tourism. Kenya Takes the Lead in Medical Tourism Nation.co.ke – Private health and wellness facilities are setting Kenya apart as one
China’s Ill, and Wealthy, Look Abroad for Medical Treatment nytimes.com – Hospitals and a new generation of medical tourism companies are luring well-heeled Chinese patients away from an overburdened health care system. Report outlines priorities for US global health role cidrap.umn.edu – An expert committee convened by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and
International Medical Group Awarded Peace Corps Health Care Benefit Services Contract by International Medical Group (IMG) INDIANAPOLIS, April 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- International Medical Group® (IMG®), a leader in global benefits and assistance services, was recently awarded a five-year contract with the Peace Corps. The Health Care Benefit Services contract, which includes one base