In an effort to find a solution to America’s rising health care costs, Howard Siegler, a Johns Hopkins graduate and dental tourism facilitator has proposed the creation of free medical and free dental zones. A free zone of this type could enable medical and dental tourists to benefit from healthcare in foreign lands without being burdened by host country taxes. This seems to be the out-of-the-box type of solution that gives people hope for a return to prosperity and a cure to one of the county’s greatest problems – rising health care costs.
Much like a Free Trade Zone (FTZ) where companies are permitted to operate, Siegler maintains that Free Medical and Free Dental Zones would provide a similar win-win situation. The beneficiaries would be the host country which receives more tourism revenues and increased employment for their medical professionals, and the dental tourist who could have their medical and dental procedures performed at highly discounted rates.
However, the biggest beneficiary may be the United States financial system. Since the U.S. medical system is wreaking havoc on the overall economic strength and stability of the nation, Medical and Dental Free trade Zones could be a great pressure release. While the U.S. remains in an endless civil war over health care and how best to pay for healthcare insurance, people like Siegler remain on the front lines helping people find common sense solutions like free medical and free dental zones.
Medical and Dental Tourism has already blossomed in exotic destinations like Costa Rica, India, Thailand and Vietnam, and the numbers are increasing at a rapid pace. Some estimates indicate that as many as 150,000 annually travel to Costa Rica for some form of medical or dental care. And best news is that the care they receive is rated as better than the care they could have received back in the United States! Don’t be surprised to see more of your friends, relatives and co-workers returning from their dental appointment with a tan, and sore muscles from hiking volcanoes, surfing warm Pacific waters, and enjoying the biodiversity that can only be found in places like Costa Rica!!!
As for the Free Medical and Dental Zones, we will soon see if it is plausible or just a pipe dream. Siegler hopes to raise the public awareness while working on the ground in Costa Rica, laying the groundwork to assist the growing number of medical and dental tourists. If you want to read more on the subject, go to: http://www.johnshopkinsdentalgroup.com today.
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