Healthbase has helped a Mexican patient get hip resurfacing surgery in India. The unavailability of Birmingham hip resurfacing surgery drives not only scores of Americans and Canadians but also Mexicans and many others overseas to India and to other medical tourism destinations.
Healthbase, a Boston-based... - June 26, 2008
When Canadian neurosurgeons refused to do spine surgery on Jill Misangyi, her life was given back to her by Healthbase and Indian specialist doctors. - October 01, 2007
A pre-existing medical condition disqualified Steve Slaven from having health insurance leaving him with only one option when he needed medical assistance – going overseas to get affordable life-changing treatment.
Steve Slaven of Arizona had lost his health insurance after an angioplasty 7 years... - September 15, 2007
Outsourcing is not just about manufacturing and call centers and computer programming and financial services – today, people are actually outsourcing their own medical care. - August 02, 2007
Michael Moore’s latest movie, SiCKO, makes clear the present healthcare scene in America. In such a situation, international healthcare providers help Americans by providing them the healthcare they need at an affordable cost. Medical tourism, as the practice is called, benefits not only uninsured and underinsured Americans but insured Americans as well. Healthbase offers help to patients going overseas for surgery by saving them money and making accessible services not covered by their insurer. - July 05, 2007
Uninsured American gets a knee replacement surgery overseas after years of living with a bad knee. - May 31, 2007
Americans – uninsured, underinsured and even insured – are taking advantage of the low cost, high quality healthcare overseas and saving tons - May 31, 2007