The Complete Idiot's Guide to Medical Tourism
Traveling abroad for affordable health care.
The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Medical Travel covers the financial advantages and treatment options for those who choose to travel abroad for health care. The guide will also show readers how to minimize risks as they search for the right countries, facilities, and doctors to meet their medical needs. Readers will learn how to identify and work with travel agencies that specialize in medical travel and what to expect in terms of follow-up care.
- Medical tourism is a 20-billion-dollar industry and it's expected to double by 2010
- More than 50,000 Americans traveled abroad for health care in 2005
- Cost savings for various expensive procedures performed abroad can be as high as 90%
Title: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Medical Tourism
Author: Frances Sharpe; Patrick Marsek
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