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SIMNSA is added to the Satori Global Network™ in Mexico to Offer U.S. Employers Cross Border Health Benefit Options
Date:10/14/2009

Satori World Medical, a global health care company in the emerging medical tourism industry, announced the addition of certain providers of Sistemas Medicos Nacionales, S.A. de C.V. (SIMNSA) to its network in Mexico.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) October 14, 2009 -- Satori World Medical, a global health care company in the emerging medical tourism industry, announced the addition of certain providers of Sistemas Medicos Nacionales, S.A. de C.V. (SIMNSA) to its network in Mexico. Through this collaboration, employer groups and health plans that add Satori World Medical will also have access to SIMNSA providers through Satori.

Satori World Medical, through its international network of highly trained and specialized doctors and Joint Commission International (JCI)-accredited hospitals, provides a comprehensive and integrated medical benefit program that reduces the cost of selected surgical procedures by an average of 40-80 percent when compared to the U.S. This 100 percent medical benefit can be easily added to any existing benefit plan design at no monthly or recurring cost to the employer or health plan.

About Satori World Medical
Satori World Medical is the world's first global health care network and service company specifically designed to deliver high-quality health care services, share the tremendous cost savings with plan sponsors and their employees and coordinate all medical and travel services for individuals who need care. For more information about Satori World Medical, please call +1 (619) 704-2000 or visit the company's Web site at http://www.satoriworldmedical.com.

About Sistemas Medicos Nacionales, S.A. de C.V. (SIMNSA)
Sistemas Medicos Nacionales, S.A. de C.V. (SIMNSA) was developed to provide quality health care for the growing U.S. workforce that prefers to receive health care services in Mexico. SIMNSA is one of the leading Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) programs in Northern Mexico and was the first Mexican HMO to be licensed as a health care service plan by the State of California. SIMNSA's network extends through the border cities of Tecate, Mexicali and Tijuana. For more information, please visit SIMNSA's Web site at http://www.simnsa.com.

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