Subject: Patients Without Borders: The Rise of Medical Tourism

Western medical care has become so burdened by regulation that it prevents health care providers from offering the best possible care.
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Patients Without Borders: The Rise of Medical Tourism
By Brittany Hunter - June 21, 2018

There is simply no way of getting around it: American health care is exorbitantly expensive. But while many people look to government to solve our nation’s health care woes, the real solutions lie elsewhere. In fact, the more the government intervenes in health care, the higher the costs seem to rise. Just look at what happened when Obamacare was implemented: costs of care rose and many families suddenly found themselves unable to afford their insurance premiums.

Where government intervention has failed the health care sector, free market innovation has become its savior.

But where government intervention has failed the health care sector, free market innovation has become its savior. The rising costs of health care in both North America and Europe have actually created a void in the marketplace. And medical tourism is filling that void by offering a whole new avenue of choice for health care consumers.


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