Patients With Passports

Four years ago, author Maggi Ann Grace’s partner, a building contractor, learned that he had a defective heart valve. The uninsured 50-something American did not have $200,000 for heart surgery, but the state medical system, with its strange logic, would let his condition get much worse  before it did anything for him. Grace’s son, a medical student, told them of quality healthcare facilities in India. Soon, the proactive North Carolina couple were at the Escorts Heart Institute in New Delhi. A team of doctors performed […]