More foreign patients now coming to Miami with insurance
Six years after the death of an ambitious joint effort to make Miami a major healthcare destination for wealthy foreigners, a new group has formed to try to do the same thing for less money and without any attempts to disguise the fierce competition among local hospitals to lure well paying international patients. The upshot may not only be a boost to the economy but also improved healthcare for local residents as providers seek to upgrade services to compete on a global scale.
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