Medical Tourism in Asia

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The rising cost of healthcare in the US has crippled the ability of almost a quarter of Americans to gain access to healthcare solutions. Americans, in large numbers, are now travelling to relatively cheaper countries for medical treatments, ranging from dental and cosmetic surgery to major organ transplants.

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Medical Tourism in Asia

Why Healthcare in North America Is Failing You And What You Can Do To Protect Yourself

The rising cost of healthcare in the US has crippled the ability of almost a quarter of Americans to gain access to healthcare solutions. Americans, in large numbers, are now travelling to relatively cheaper countries for medical treatments, ranging from dental and cosmetic surgery to major organ transplants. 

‘Medical Tourism in Asia’ is a comprehensive special report written for people who are interested in travelling to Asian countries for healthcare. This special report offers insight into the healthcare systems of these countries and teaches readers about the steps they should take to gain access to a successful international healthcare plan. 

With medical bills skyrocketing, the healthcare crisis in the US displays a rather worrisome picture. For those with insurance coverage, they still have to pay for treatment as many healthcare insurance plans only cover a portion of the total cost. Besides this, the long wait time outside healthcare institutions can be a bit problematic for many individuals, especially if they are dealing with life-threatening medical conditions.   

Asian countries, including Thailand, Singapore, and South Korea are providing a cost-effective alternative to the high-priced healthcare of the developed countries. A treatment that costs you around $170,000 in the US may cost you around $17,500 at a hospital in Seoul, Korea or around $13,500 at a Malaysian hospital. 

Medical tourism is not limited to cosmetic surgeries or dental treatments. People with a cancer diagnosis are also travelling to these countries for medical treatment. Going to another country for treatment might not seem like a financially-smart decision, but, in reality, it is. 

Medical tourism also helps patients pass all the time-consuming bureaucratic approvals that they need to obtain before they can start their treatment. Also, many ‘medical tourists’ can also get an all-inclusive package, which includes airport pickup and even pre- and post-surgery accommodation. 

But, isn’t seeking medical treatment in another country risky? How can you be sure that the hospital you are going to has professional and trained staff? How are you going to manage this foreign trip? If you are stressed out by these questions, you have the opportunity to put your fears to rest. Purchase this book to find out the answers to these questions and plenty of others such as: 

  • What is medical tourism?
  • What can my insurance do to help me?
  • What is the total wait time that I’d have to face?
  • What countries are best known for medical tourism?

Your health can be in jeopardy if you are unable to remove the healthcare barriers in your home country. It’s time to expand your horizon and be in control of your health and life. ‘Medical tourism in Asia’ is a definitive guide for people who are considering travelling to other countries for medical purposes. This book explains why people are opting for medical tourism and what you can expect in a foreign country. Get started today to find out how you can be the master of your fate.  

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