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Hospitals and brokers both are slowly coming to understand that bundling services and providing direct contracting can help hold the line on costs, attracting patients and employers. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Medical tourism, a practice that showed great promise ten years ago, is drawing attention from employers again—but the focus is now on traveling in the U.S. to high-quality, high-volume medical facilities.

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