Top Ten Medical Procedures You Can Do Abroad

Posted on 27 September 2011 by Josef Woodman

Scans and other testing abroad can save money

Renown writer and travel guru Peter Greenberg recently challenged me to provide examples of what I call "medical travel no-brainers," which popped up this week on

He writes: "half of travel planning is looking for the right deal. We seek out affordable airfare, car rentals, accommodations, even entertainment. Why not also 'shop' for value with your healthcare?" I couldn’t agree more.

While many travelers may not yet be ready to head to a far-flung destination for major surgery, medical tourism offers money-saving choices for smaller, less invasive procedures as well. Every year, millions of international travelers partially or fully offset the costs of a leisure or business trip with a little planning ahead to make room for a medical or health procedure while abroad.

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Last updated on 29 September 2011


Great article. I always think that developing countries with the help of Developed countries can really make a big change in Medical Services to attract more Medical tourism to their hospital such as Malabar Institute of Medical Sciences Ltd,India has done,Mims India has able to attract more foreign patient to their hospital, This also help patient to enjoy the tourism and also help them to get treatment in less cost which they would have get in their country at High price,As this kind of concept where both developed and developing country comes together to enhance the quality of the medical services which lead to improve global health,I wrote a similar post after reading the ideas of MrJosef Woodman in his blog "Top Ten Medical Procedures You Can Do Abroad" you can check out this too in this link

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