Sandra Fantauzzi is the Founder and CEO of Panacea Health Services International. Sandra is a physician assistant and an entrepreneur, with more than 25 years of combined experience in the hospitality, travel and medical industries.
Panacea Health Services International encompasses Sandra’s greatest passions and life-long dream: helping solve people’s medical issues while traveling overseas.
Tune in to find out about the options and savings available for Americans, as well as people from other countries, for medical tourism across the globe. This episode will answer all your questions and help you feel prepared to start looking for best solutions to your medical problems.
In This Episode, You’ll Learn
- How one of Sandra’s clients got a $100,000 back surgery procedure for 20% of the cost overseas including all the travel and medical expenses
- What kind of after-care Sandra’s clients can receive on completion of their treatments and procedures
- Why types of safety protocols Panacea Health Services International has in place to ensure the client’s peace of mind
- The step-by-step breakdown of typical medical tourism client’s experience during their trip
- The types of the procedures and the amount of savings Sandra’s clients can expect traveling abroad
- What future therapeutic and preventative care programs in wellness retreats around the world will be soon available from PHSI
- Panacea Health Services International on Facebook
- Panacea Health Services International on Twitter
The Onwards Medical Breakthrough
Today’s medical breakthrough is brought to you by the Boston Children’s Hospital’s Science and Clinical Innovation Blog. Their article talks about different innovations of the last week. One of the points discussed in the article is using the sharing capabilities of Google Docs and Facebook combined with global imaging software for collaboration of radiologists around the world. This development has huge implications for what’s happening with global medical tourism and the ability for doctors to solve problems collaboratively.
You can check out the article on Boston Children’s Hospital’s Science and Clinical Innovation Blog.