Medical Tourism Connection Announces Big Growth with their Global Healthcare Program.

Medical tourism is now being offered by independent insurance agents as a primary source to local and global healthcare.  Global healthcare Advocate Shirley Casavant from Dallas, TX suggests independent insurance agents add a lower cost healthcare program to their portfolio and embrace medical tourism.  The marketing success of Individuals in the Medical Tourism Connection Advocate program has been attracting licensed insurance agents to follow in her footsteps and a take part in the new industry trend.

“Offering a viable solution that dramatically lowers the cost for healthcare services to the un-insured and underinsured opens up a new market in healthcare.  The ability to have privileged healthcare, that is also affordable, truly sets health as a top priority” stated Casavant.

Casavant who met with agents at the 6th Annual Employee Benefit Adviser Summit in Dallas, TX shared her confidence in the Medical Tourism Connection program as key to the future of globalized healthcare, and a vital component of the growing world economy.  Her discussions focused on the programs proprietary system and putting within reach the access necessary to overcome obstacles to obtaining affordable healthcare.

Medical Tourism Connection is now accepting agents who are interested in adding the medical tourism solution for affordable healthcare to their portfolio.  Agents interested in the program may contact Medical Tourism Connection via their website www.medicaltourismconnection.com/info  for more information, or 888-595 3775.

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