We oftentimes hear about people who have gone to other countries to receive medical care. Now that may be changing. Employers are apparently offering incentives for people to travel in the U.S.
"Some employers are looking to take advantage of geographical variations in the quality and cost of health care within the U.S., while others are leveraging deals they've struck with foreign hospitals in order to secure better rates with U.S. hospitals that are eager to keep American patients here. Most of the activity is focused on surgical procedures, such as hip and knee replacement, and cardiac bypasses. (Source: Source: WSJ
If you have traveled, what was your experience?
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