Medical tourism encompasses the notion of Medical travel: people who travel for medical treatment, necessary or not. Otherwise, it also refers to the activity of health care providers for persons resident abroad. Medical tourism has become a practice increasingly popular among those who wish to have options when it comes to their health. The services offered within a framework of medical tourism are almost limitless: cardiac surgery, replacement surgery, cosmetic surgery, dental surgery, and even in vitro fertilization. In addition, medical tourism could involve alternative treatments such as psychiatry and convalescent care.
Interestingly, medical tourism is not as new as many people believe.
This is a trend that made the past few months on the major chains like TF1 BFM Business ... Tout le monde en parle! Even the Court of Auditors has examined the main reasons for this trend, and the finding for France is scathing, our dental system drift. We thought we were safe with our social security system called "advanced", but we now know the same through the US system or closer to home, the British system. the excess fees, lack of transparency, disengagement of the state ...
Seeking profits and the disengagement of the state are primarily responsible
The 17 March TF1 presented us a short documentary on dental clinics in Hungary and medical tourism in French. Much of the story is faithful to reality but plays on the fears of viewers ... So we decided to put some order and tell you what TF1 does not say.