Medical tourism is a concept that has seen a tremendous push in recent years.
Healthcare is expensive. Insurance is expensive. The cost of everything is going up, which means you have less money to pay for regular doctor visits, let alone the unexpected. That’s just one reason why there’s been a growing buzz about market-based pricing in healthcare.
Few procedures have made as significant an impact on the quality of life for individuals as hip replacement surgery. This transformative medical intervention has become a beacon of hope for millions around the globe, offering relief to those burdened by hip joint pain and limited mobility.
Britain’s National Health Service turns 75 this month. It is in the deepest crisis of its history: flooded by aging patients; starved of investment; and understaffed by doctors and nurses, many of whom are so burned out that they are either joining strikes or leaving for jobs abroad.