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Sunday, 30 August 2015 12:09

Whopping nineteen cents check!

The good news is, it's not a pink slip but actually has a few pennies to cash on that check. You figure you put a postage for 49 cents in an envelope and the paper work involved in processing the claim, paying the biller, and other assisting staff to prepare the letter and the envelope and all costs involved to comply within the rules to get in the end a few months later, only a few pennies!

It was once explained to me that when a customer leaves a penny as a tip, that would be an insult to the waiter or the waitress that served that customer. But if they have left nothing on the table, maybe they will have an excuse that they forgot to leave a tip. So either a pink slip or a check reading $00.19 would mean an insult to the provider or even qualify as abuse to the provider. 

The majority of good ethical providers have to be united and start collaborating together to complement each others services and offer alternative healthcare systems that is both satisfying professionally to doctors and full filling to patients. That would strike a great balance where the patients are getting the care that they deserve and the doctors are being fairly and directly compensated for their services in a transparent way. This would allow those physicians to keep their doors open, and would prevent physician burn out and abuse, protect patient health and advocate for better health at lower costs which has been already proven to be easily accomplished. 

One kind of wonders with the persistent annual increase in healthcare costs over the past three decades and more out of pocket cost to consumer and outrageous deductibles, copayment s and less and less being paid for those who actually deliver the care i.e doctors. So who is making the money in the healthcare market not billions but trillions. No wonder so many doctors are switching their practices into Concierge Medicine (direct care medicine). Where their once again in control of how they practice medicine, not being dictated by the employer who is mostly driven by bottom line (revenue generation) rather than doing what is right and ethical. 

We have proven in our Concierge Medicine model over the past five years that it is the way to go. Now both patients and providers have come together to reconnect again to preserve the dignity of the patients and the honor of the most notable profession on earth and not worry about the pennies in the checks! 

Dr Adel Eldin,MD, FACC,FACP

President , Society of Physician Entrepreneur, Tampa Bay Chapter

www.sopenet.org

Founder, CEO

Low Cost Quality Healthcare Program.

www.brooksvillecardiology.com

Founder, CEO

www.floridamedicaltourism.com

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Friday, 24 July 2015 08:47

U.S-Arab Health Cooperation

As the globalization of the healthcare is becoming a reality with the world becoming more interconnected through social media and internet on a constant basis than ever before in areas like (economy,energy,environment,security, etc.) and why not healthcare? If we all agree that health is the most valuable commodity and now there is a global competition to capture this growing global healthcare market, there are unique opportunities that do exist where you combine value proposition with efficient delivery of services whether through Tele-Medicine that now even is accessible from any mobile phone or physically traveling to get a procedure or a surgery that you need through medical tourism.

In medical tourism, patients now shop globally for the best services and best prices.

So what comes to mind for the US to become successful in getting the business of Arab health, there has to been common values providing the best care with respecting deeply routed cultures and traditions to make patients comfortable which will in turn contribute positively to healing both physically and mentally. It helps get rid of stranger anxiety and stress through proper navigation across the geographic, cultural, and linguistic barriers. And through professional services to the patient that are coupled with universal values of compassionate care only then will be able to gain the trust of the patients.

Trust is something that cannot be bought and was the most discussed issue when I had the pleasure of attending the U.S-Arab Healthcare Summit in New York City last June which was rather informative and refreshing to attend multiple panel discussions and presentations on hot topics such as Hepatitis C, Women's Health, early cancer detection, patient safety, and appropriate health screenings to reverse the very alarming rate of chronic diseases which are largely preventable by introducing wellness, proper nutrition, exercise, stress management and getting rid of bad habits such as smoking and physical inactivity. All across oil-rich GCC (Gulf Countries) and the rest of the Arab world, there is need to improve healthcare access at all levels.

With expected increase in patient mobility as well as physicians in the in-bound and out-bound directions between the U.S and Arab world with personal, professional, and human interactions which will foster better patient care, better U.S-Arab relationships and will have a positive impact on global health and peace.

I am a proud American with deep roots in the Arab world and as a physician I would certainly invite everyone who wants to contribute to fostering good and healthy relationships in all areas of healthcare delivery. I strongly recommend to mark your calender for October 19th for the US-Arab Healthcare Summit which will be held in New York City (www.C3-summit.com), and participate as a presenter, sponsor, exhibitor, or simply someone interested in becoming a part of the global community of collaboration and improvement of healthcare in the Arab world.

Dr Adel Eldin,MD, FACC,FACP

President , Society of Physician Entrepreneur, Tampa Bay Chapter

www.sopenet.org

Founder, CEO

Low Cost Quality Healthcare Program.

www.brooksvillecardiology.com

Founder, CEO

www.floridamedicaltourism.com

LinkedIN

Twitter. Adel Eldin @LCQHealthCare

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A very significant global event will take place, most likely on June 17, and extend over a month. That is the arrival of the holy month of Ramadan.

During this month, there is spiritual renewal, redemption of all good deeds and endless mercy from our creator — the great prize of which will be the ultimate freedom from hellfire.

From the minute it starts, more than 1.7 billion followers of Islam engage in continuous worship — fasting during the day, praying till midnight and charitable giving.

This month reflects on thanking God Almighty for his endless bounties by sharing with the less fortunate. At sunset every day, the breaking of the fast, called Iftar, takes place across the world. Food is shared, and people gather to thank God for providing it.

As a matter of fact, for the most part, anyone can walk over to a mosque or Islamic center and eat for free. This is the spirit of Ramadan.

Fasting teaches us patience, discipline, self-control and humility, and its gets rid of arrogance and impatience. It does not distinguish between the richest man or woman and the poorest. Everyone is to fast and feel hunger and thirst during the period from sunrise to sunset for a month to feel the pain of others and appreciate the blessings bestowed upon us.

With God Almighty's acceptance of all good deeds — including, but not limited to, praying, charity, helping the needy, feeding the hungry and serving the community — all of our sins are erased, and we become pure again.

There are many health benefits to fasting. It helps control chronic diseases and also helps with weight loss, thus cutting down the risk for cancer and many other diseases. Fasting gives the body its annual maintenance to shed dead cells. In fact, the Department of Health in England has incorporated fasting as one of its wellness strategies.

Additionally, fasting helps get rid of stress, depression and anxiety, and it brings peace, tranquility and happiness. So everyone is encouraged to practice intermittent fasting for health and wellness, and it does not have to be as strict as the Muslim practice.

Ramadan softens the heart to make reconciliations with one's self, family, community and the world, and to be a good servant of the creator, helping fellow man unconditionally. The celebration peaks during the last 10 days, as everyone looks forward the Night of Power on the odd nights, where the angel Gabriel and others descend close to Earth.

Then, you come to realize that this fast-passing month will end soon, and we say goodbye until the next Ramadan comes.

Then the feast of breaking the fast, also known as Eid al-Fitr, comes as a trophy, along with the celebration for doing a good job during Ramadan. It includes buying new cloths, parties, rides for kids and exchanging gifts with family members and friends.

Ramadan is a blessed month for all mankind, with so many physical, mental, and spiritual benefits. It is also a great opportunity to abstain from bad habits such as smoking, overeating, lying, cheating, backbiting and envy, offering a chance to transform yourself to be a better human being.

Everyone can benefit from Ramadan and make this month a special free gift to all humanity across the world.

Dr. Adel Eldin is the owner of Brooksville Cardiology in Wesley Chapel.

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Friday, 05 June 2015 17:10

Transforming Healthcare!

Watching the debate on optimal healthcare delivery with various parties including CEOs of small hospitals in rural America threatened by closure due to financial difficulties and an inability to keep up with rising costs and decreased reimbursements . Unfortunately they happen to be serving the most disadvantaged Americans who are  challenged with poverty and lack of education and have high rate of chronic diseases and complicated medical issues.Now they are having more difficult access to healthcare. The notion that Tele-medicine and monitoring devices given to patients will replace the traditional care in these particular rural areas may not result in achieving the target goals unless it is also combined with human elements that will make sense of all the data that is being collected from the devices and make a meaningful impact on their care. By properly educating them how to use these gadgets. 

There is no question that technology can play a major role and can fill in a part of the gap that has been created by the huge shift of healthcare focus to implement prevention and wellness rather than acute care management or (spot fix) with the shortage of physicians.

On the contrary there is a surge of retail medicine clinics  noted on the rise like mini clinics at CVS , Wal-Mart and others that offer convenient access to the patients and replace the traditional care visits such as ER visits.

This trend  is expected to continues to increase all across America , and even helped by the Affordable Care Act( Obama Care).

Now, It is up to the consumer to choose what is the easiest, most convenient hours and locations and the best prices and be  engaged in their healthcare decisions and be educated and have true partnership with an ongoing discussion that will keep them healthy and save them money and prevent expensive ER trips and hospitalization. 

Our Low Cost Quality Healthcare does just that, by offering ( Direct Care Medicine) to the consumer . After all, in a free healthcare market, the choice of care will be decided by the consumer not by the doctor( provider) or the institution ( hospitals)  or even insurance companies for that matter. It is going to be about customer service, patient experience, and most importantly the price. More patients ask about how much any procedure or test will cost them especially if it is out of pocket and ( is the patient's responsibility) , they also ask if it is really needed!. So another important factor is going to be transparency in all what services delivered to patient as it is clear in black and white from the beginning ( no hidden cost or hassle!).

People wanted to be treated as human beings with dignity and respect they deserve while saving them big!  We strive to do that everyday and there will always be various customer needs that are met with various models  as there are going to be a big portion of patients who want to be served in a dedicated office setting , and some do not mind  to shop for a dress and get their healthcare at the same place !

Dr Adel Eldin,MD, FACC,FACP

President , Society of Physician Entrepreneur, Tampa Bay Chapter

www.sopenet.org

Founder, CEO

Low Cost Quality Healthcare Program.

www.brooksvillecardiology.com

Founder, CEO

www.floridamedicaltourism.com

LinkedIN

Twitter. Adel Eldin @LCQHealthCare

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Monday, 11 May 2015 16:51

My Very First Patient!

I vividly remember when I was so excited to have finished my very long tough 10 years of post graduate training going through clinical Internship, Residency , Research Fellowship then Clinical / Interventional Cardiology Fellowship in Long Island, New York City as I was moving to Florida to finally start working in Private Practice and everyone was envying me for going there!

I could not understand why as the first three summer months went like this , it was almost raining everyday, hot , humid , fogging of my glasses and moving in and out wet even with the umbrella to air conditioned areas and getting cold and my oldest daughter who was got sick with allergies , almost stopped breathing and had to be put in an oxygen chamber, but thank God , she got better and has been ok since then the weather started to cool off and sky turn beautiful clear blue and then saw the snowbirds coming in  to Florida from all over the United states and Canada and the rest of the world,so I started to appreciate being in Florida after a rough start!.

Then , I remember  my very first patient who was introduced by his wife and both became like family since!. We used to laugh a lot when his chart was the only one in the rack ( in the old days before Electronic Medical Records !) as he was jokingly suggesting to spray the rack with (Miracle Grow) because for few months , his chart was the only one in the chart rack!.  Well,he noted on subsequent office visits that that the rack was getting  packed with charts and racks had to be upgraded many times to accommodate the ever increasing number of patients coming to my humble Cardiology/Internal Medicine practice.

So, through 17 years of our relationship with him and his wife, he became the star of all our practice events such as annual Health Fairs, Business Mixers with the Chamber of Commerce and other community events where he proudly share his positive experience with our practice.  He spoke not only about the medical services he received as he was treated successfully for critical blockages in one of his main coronary arteries and I got that fixed with putting coronary stents and he did great since then with no further complains of chest pain or need for any further procedures on aggressive medical regimen. But also, he spoke also about how he was treated with compassion and saved  so much unnecessary healthcare spending by coming to our practice . He spoke about how he enjoyed the visits , and usually after covering the medical issues, he would share his life , job, kids and grand kids, plans, dreams and he never forgot about his ( Miracle Grow joke)!

I speak multiple languages among which is Arabic . The physician can be called either doctor or (Hakeem) which means ( the Wise man or Hakeema )for a lady doctor) reflecting added quality built in the doctor in addition to medical skills is to be able in general to make and give people  wise decisions!.

So patients may seek advice on personal life, marriage, kids, finances or simply find a shoulder to cry on, and I joke with my patients who carry on these discussions off the medical issues that I am not a religious authority or a marriage counselor or a social worker and we all have a good laugh!

My patients call me not infrequently asking me to pray for them when they go through tough times or loosing loved ones and I never turn anyone down making them at ease and provide them with comfort when needed most.

This human interaction for me is the real joy and honor of practicing this noble profession in addition to providing superb professional services. Being a doctor was never about money and lavish life style. It is about serving and helping people and if your patients see and feel that , they will follow you to the moon!

Sadly, with all the non-sense that is happening in Medicine, I strongly believe in the direct care Medicine between the patient and his doctor with no hassle or control of the third party is the way to go. Just the old fashion way with this strong relationship where the patient trusts his/her doctor and the doctor educate, advocate and serve his patients with the highest ethical standards.

To be able to actually concentrate on doing  what we were trained to do which is to deliver the best care of patients , save them money and  treat them like family.

Dr Adel Eldin,MD, FACC,FACP

President , Society of Physician Entrepreneur, Tampa Bay Chapter

www.sopenet.org

Founder, CEO

Low Cost Quality Healthcare Program.

www.brooksvillecardiology.com

Founder, CEO

www.floridamedicaltourism.com

LinkedIN

Twitter. Adel Eldin @LCQHealthCare

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Published in Dr. Adel Eldin
Monday, 11 May 2015 16:50

Happy Mother's Day

We all know that everyone in the whole universe came to life from their mother's womb with the exception of Adam and Jesus (peace be upon them). Thus, there is a very special status for mothers out there as they are truly the glue that keeps the family together and give love, attention, and care for her children. 

If you are sick, hungry, or feeling stressed or just simply want to talk about what happened at school or at your job you rush to your mom. If you can't go to sleep or had a bad dream that woke you up, you will call for your mother to come and comfort you and so on. 

We will never do justice to our mothers by celebrating her on just one day or just take her out to dinner once a year, but, everyday should be filled with honoring mothers for their endless contributions whether they are living with us or if they have passed on. To appreciate their non-stop giving of unconditional love to their children. 

My Mother had a great impact on my upbringing and in choosing medicine as a profession to help mankind. She stayed up with me late at night to study for my exams and prayed for my success and happiness. I owe her a lot as all what I have accomplished was due to her prayers that God has answered. 

Now I see a new focused marketing campaign to target women and mothers as they are considered the main decision-makers for health care choices for the family. And thus, they will be reached out to by major insurance companies, hospitals and providers to secure their market share. It would be great to give all hard working mothers a break, especially in the middle class situation as they struggle to make ends meet. This is usually the case for single-mom families to make healthcare really affordable would really help them out. 

The mothers put everybody in the families needs ahead of her own needs including healthcare needs. She may not even have any coverage as she would be faced with tough choices whether to put food on the table or to provide healthcare coverage. And if she collapses the family collapses, and thus this is our society. 

Our Low-Cost Quality Healthcare Program has a unique component of our social responsibility, giving back to the community and we are certainly looking forward to helping so many hard-working mothers, not just on Mother's Day but rather on a continuous basis to save her a bunch and at least take away some of the heavy burden placed on her shoulders to care for the whole family. 

Dr Adel Eldin,MD, FACC,FACP

President , Society of Physician Entrepreneur, Tampa Bay Chapter

www.sopenet.org

Founder, CEO

Low Cost Quality Healthcare Program.

www.brooksvillecardiology.com

Founder, CEO

www.floridamedicaltourism.com

LinkedIN

Twitter. Adel Eldin @LCQHealthCare

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Tuesday, 21 April 2015 11:46

Preauthorization Medicine!

The full and absolute control of third party medicine in anything and everything has to do with the care of patients is real . Now this concept is going through a gateway of authorization. Preauthorization for any medical test ,procedure, office visit, medication to be dispensed, hospitalization, need of  Medical devices, durable equipment, oxygen, cane, walker, shoes etc. and the list goes on. 

The daily pains of so many physicians and their staff as they go through this everyday in an attempt to serve their patients; getting them what they need and well indicated and providing them with the appropriate medical necessities. 

When being confronted with preauthorization doctrines imposed by insurance companies for which the first response in about 99% of cases would be a denial. If a physician is to fight for their patient he or she may get lucky to get authorization for a test or a procedure that their patients  need on the third time around. Make no mistake about it you will be given an initial optimistic response "Oh yeah, its all covered by insurance" to find out the painful reality of going through the insurance system of preauthorization. For example, 88 year old medicare patient who has very high blood pressure and was put on so many blood pressure medications that failed and ended up in costly hospitalization that could have been avoided if the patient was given the specific medication that was appropriate to her condition.  After 18 faxes, 7 phone calls with the pharmacy explaining that this was the only medicine the patient could tolerate the answer was still that we had to call the insurance company to get it approved from which we would be given a case number. After calling the 1-800 number and  explaining for 25 minutes why the specific medication should be authorized for the patient we were told that this request would be reviewed by the pharmacy committee and the decision would appear in 24 hours. After the 24 hours however, the request for authorization was denied. As for this frail elderly patient was told that they would have to pay $6 a pill which they could Not afford as it was out of pocket although, this patient should have been given the medication with 100% coverage between medicare and her insurance. 

The time and energy wasted, the pain and suffering of this senior patient waiting for their medication to be authorized knowing that if patient doesn't receive it that they will be hospitalized, causing the system  thousands of dollars which could have been avoided if the medication had been authorized as it was made available in low cost generic form. 

Similar stories like this happen to patients across the country on daily basis  proving how inefficient, costly, and stressful this system to both patients and caring providers. The saga goes on for this elderly cardiac patient at no avail. 

Preauthorization medicine was designed to save money to insurance companies on high utilization providers but patients are not getting the care they need or deserve. Someone will never be given the preauthorization on therapy or a procedure that could be lifesaving which will be delayed and pushed back and in the mean time the patients condition may deteriorate and in some cases may never get the therapy or life saving procedure until they are deceased by the time they get the authorization!. 

The evidence -based  Medicine clinical guidelines are already well established for each disease category and therefore , they should be the guiding force for preauthorization medicine. 

Dr Adel Eldin,MD, FACC,FACP

President , Society of Physician Entrepreneur, Tampa Bay Chapter

www.sopenet.org

Founder, CEO

Low Cost Quality Healthcare Program.

www.brooksvillecardiology.com

www.floridamedicaltourism.com

LinkedIN

Twitter. Adel Eldin @LCQHealthCare

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Published in Dr. Adel Eldin
Friday, 20 February 2015 18:51

Preventative care

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Chronic diseases are the leading causes of death and disability in the United States, advises the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Chronic diseases are heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, and arthritis and are the most common and costly of all health problems for Americans.

These chronic diseases are also the most preventable, stressing the importance for early detection.

Some believe early detection, like an ounce of prevention, is worth a pound of cure.

One Hernando county physician has implemented a practical approach for local patients to spot small problems before they become big ones.

Dr. Adel M. Eldin, M.D., specializing in internal medicine and cardiology, his practice is Brooksville Cardiology, explained his health and wellness program, which focuses on preventative care. He presented his program to more than 50 participants gathered at Palace Grand in Spring Hill, listening to testimonials from patients who have experienced success with the cardiology center.

"It's possible to detect problems before there's an emergency and 95 percent preventable, given our knowledge, medications and lifestyle modifications," Eldin said.

But there's one problem, Medicare and other insurance companies don't cover preventive screenings without the presence of symptoms, he advised.

"Insurance focuses on illness, rather than wellness," he said. "Wellness is there for you."

"When you invest in your health, you won't have to be part of the insurance jungle out there." Eldin said. "I've spent five years introducing a new program that identifies risks, teaches preventive care and provides an on going partnership in healthy living."

Brooksville Cardiology is a medically supervised program to prevent disease and guide people into health-related choices. They review family and medical history, assess current status, identify areas that need attention and implement a plan. The patient is involved in the decisions for well being. His staff is trained to perform screenings, non-invasively to look inside arteries for plaque buildup that can cause strokes (brain shock), aneursyms and heart attacks.

One patient drives from Ocala to come to Brooksville Cardiology.

"Dr. Eldin showed me more compassion than any doctor my whole life," said Errol Wiles. "I signed up for this program two months ago. It's been a positive experience."

He mentioned that he plans to move to Jacksonville, but will continue being a patient, driving to Brooksville for appointments.

"We become your partner and coach, not just a specialist attending to one symptom at a time," said Dr. Eldin. "We have a model we are proud of."

The member fee is $150 per month. Covered medical services include two office visits for routine check-ups, baseline cardio-vascular testing including treadmill exercise stress test, echocardiogram, vascular studies, 24-hour Holter monitor testing, monthly Coumadin check, interrogation of cardiac devices, annual flu shot, year round supply of recommended supplement of Black seed, e-newsletter, personal access to physician through email up to one time per week and referrals to other specialists when needed. Members also receive access to a webinar which features educational programs on health.

There are no denials for coverage under the plan for pre-existing conditions and no additional payments are needed for tests such as co-pays. Additionally, there are no referrals or pre-authorizations for testing. Open enrollment is available throughout the year.

"This is the way health-care is headed," he said. "We want to boost the immune system and prevent diseases."

One supplement he recommends is Black seed, or Nigella sativa. It's also referred to as black cumin.

"Nigella sativa (black seed) is an important medicinal herb. In many Arabian, Asian and African countries, black seed oil is used as a natural remedy for a wide range of diseases, including various allergies," according to a study found on the U.S. National Library of Medicine and National Institutes for Health website.

Black seed oil proved to be an effective adjuvant for the treatment of allergic diseases, based on the research.

The seeds/oil has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antipyretic, antimicrobial and antineoplastic activity. The oil decreases blood pressure and increases respiration, according to other research regarding its pharmacological and toxicological properties.

The seeds have been used in the Middle East to treat asthma, bronchitis, rheumatism and related inflammatory diseases.

Researchers at Kimmel Cancer Center, Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia have studied that thymoquinone, an extract of N. sativa seed oil, blocked pancreatic cancer cell growth and killed the cells, acting as a Histone deacetylase inhibitors (HDAC) for use in psychiatry and neurology as mood stabilizers and anti-epileptics

Studies are in the early stages.

"Black seed has been around for thousands of years," said Dr. Eldin. "It is an old remedy mentioned in the Bible and was found in King Tut's tomb."

Black seed is not recommended for patients undergoing treatments for a medical condition or if they are pregnant or lactating, according to information provided by Envirotech International, Inc., the manufacturer. More information can be found at www.blessedsunnah.com.

Nigella Sativa has five FDA patents in the United States and one in the United Kingdom for the treatment of diabetes, inhibition of cancer cell growth, improvement of the immune system, viral infections, psoriasis and asthma.

For more information, Brooksville Cardiology is located at 12082 Cortez Boulevard in Brooksville, call (352) 592-4938, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . A second office is located at 2204 Ashley Oaks Circle, Suite 102 in Wesley Chapel, call (813) 994-7790.

Brooksville Cardiology will have a Heart Health and Awareness Day at 5 p.m. on Mar. 15 at the Brooksville location, which is open to the community. For more information on events and the wellness program, Brooksville Cardiology is on Facebook.

Roxanne DeAngelis is a correspondent for Hernando Today. She can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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North Carolina Employer Saves $10 Million Through Medical Tourism Healthcare reform may have helped temporarily shut down the U.S. government, but The Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress continues to find innovation in its reach.

Among some of the most progressive innovation found in employee benefits is domestic and international medical tourism, both topics covered at this year's annual congress. As more employers implement fixed bundled pricing at centers of excellence domestically and abroad, employers see a new way to control costs.

Full article here: http://www.medicaltourismcongress.com/blog/2013/us-companies-consider-medical-tourism/

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