This year, a few hundred thousand intrepid American travellers will head to places like Thailand and Costa Rica, in search of something that they can’t find in the United States. They won’t be looking for Mayan ruins or ancient Buddhist temples, but something a bit more practical: affordable medical care.
While health care prices increase in the United States, the quality of care in destinations like Costa Rica, Thailand, and Sigapore gets better and stays significantly cheaper. What’s next? More insurance coverage for foreign treatments.
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