Mexico Travel Health

Posted January 24, 2013 by & filed under Mexico.

Mexico travel health — Most travelers visit Mexico without catching anything more serious than a dose of Montezuma’s Revenge. You will still want the security of health insurance, but the important thing is to keep your resistance high and to be aware of the health risks linked to poor hygiene, untreated water, mosquito bites, undressed… Read more »

Mexico for Affordable Health Care

Posted November 8, 2012 by & filed under Mexico.

NUEVO VALLARTA, MEXICO — Mexico’s beaches beckon tourists seeking a vacation, but some also see the country as the next big medical tourism destination where Americans can escape soaring medical costs. “We can provide anywhere from 25 to 45 percent savings,” said Collin Childress, CEO of Global MedChoices, one of a growing number of medical… Read more »

The Mexican Health Care Solution?

Posted September 3, 2012 by & filed under Mexico.

Written by Matthew Dalstrom Rising health care costs, decreasing insurance coverage, and the great recession have made it increasingly difficult to afford health care. Retirees are particularly vulnerable because many live on fixed incomes and require more medical services than younger adults. Furthermore, Medicare, the primary insurer for Americans 65 and over, does not cover… Read more »

Healthcare and Travel to Mexico

Posted October 5, 2009 by & filed under Mexico.

Mark Roberts published a great article last week on healthcare for travel . I picked the top Mexico tips below, but please read the full article on The Cypress Times by clicking here. Pre-Travel to Mexico Planning Keep prescription and non-prescription medicines in their original bottles. See what coverage your health insurance plan offers for… Read more »