Amid recent uncertainties on the safety of medical travel, North American Specialty Hospital (NASH), a pioneer and experienced provider of medical care and treatment outside the U.S. including Mexico and Canada, emphasizes six best practices to consider before planning a medical trip.
WHO: Michael Agostino, CEO, NASH and Joseph Acierno, chief medical officer, NASH, U.S. licensed medical doctor are available to address the media.
WHAT: Following the recent and tragic incident when four Americans crossed the U.S./Mexico border to seek medical care, prospective travelers will value these recommendations from some of the most experienced medical travel service providers worldwide.
NASH leaders point to six key practices to which patients should adhere prior to traveling:
- Do not travel to cities where the U.S. State Department advises “Do not travel” or “Reconsider travel.”
- Travel exclusively by air.
- Ensure a concierge representative meets you upon arrival, escorts you throughout your visit and accompanies you upon departure.
- Seek care at a U.S.-accredited facility.
- Consult and engage your U.S.-based physician in the treatment plan, especially in the pre- and post-care processes.
- Engage a professional who has expertise in facilitating care outside of the U.S.
WHEN: March 2023 – Ongoing.
WHERE: Medical travel to Mexico.
WHY: To ensure the best clinical outcomes and personal safety for all patients and families traveling for treatment.
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About North American Specialty Hospital (NASH)
NASH is a U.S. majority-owned and managed enterprise headquartered in Omaha, NE with operations in Cancun and Toronto, founded in 2014 with a drive to increase the quality of health care outcomes while significantly lowering the cost relative to the U.S. health care system.
Functioning as a U.S. Center of Excellence in the Delivery of Healthcare outside of the United States, NASH deploys preeminent U.S. physicians in accredited facilities with U.S. clinical protocols. The company excels in delivering uninterrupted continuity-of-care, providing elective surgical procedures as well as specialty pharmaceuticals. NASH services U.S. patients primarily who traveling for treatment under sponsorship by their U.S. self-insured employers.
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