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Bumrungrad International Hospital Makes Treatment Costs Available to Public - Bumrungrad International Offers Free Online Access to Actual Costs of 45 Procedures
Date:10/3/2008

n estimate specific to your case. Then you still have a chance to decide whether to go ahead."

http://www.bumrungrad.com/realcost/index.aspx [REALCOST __title__ Free online tool for Bumrungrad's medical cost] is currently based on full year 2007 data. Bumrungrad plans to update its database to keep REALCOST current and to add more procedures. Results can be displayed in any of 45 different currencies.

"Data transparency is such an important component of the contemporary healthcare experience, empowering patients to make informed decisions," says Josef Woodman, author of Patients Beyond Borders. "I hope to eventually see all hospitals making this kind of information readily available to the public."

About Bumrungrad International
http://www.bumrungrad.com/index-inter.aspx [Bumrungrad International hospital __title__ Bumrungrad International Hospital - World-class Bangkok Hospital in Thailand for Medical Travelers] is Southeast Asia's premier private hospital and a regional referral center for advanced care, offering 554 beds, 30 specialty centers, 1,000 medical specialists and over 800 nurses. It is Asia's first JCI accredited hospital and serves more than one million patients yearly from 190 different countries.

For press inquiries, please contact:
Mr. Kaorop Wongprasert
Public Relations Dept. Tel 662 667 2212
www.bumrungrad.com

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