India was coming soon is a popular medical destination that is the availability of medical facilities that combined international standards but offered at a fraction of the cost abroad. The estimated arrivals of international medical tourists to India were in contrast with 4.50.000 Singapore 's and on 4.20.000 million in Thailand, said Vishal Bali, CEO, Wockhardt. Nearly 13 hospitals in India had been JCI (International Joint committee) accredited. JCI was established consultant in the United States of quality that gives abonação to hospitals outside the U.S. The study by Deloitte in tourist doctor estimates that 750,000 Americans traveled abroad for medical care in 2007 and the number is estimated to increase to six million in 2010. The study estimates the global market for medical tourism Tobe currently at 60 billion dollars. The increasing cost of medical care in the U.S., the high premium being paid is leaving many Americans outside the cordon of insurance. Almost 70 million U.S. citizens were underinsured or not insured. In the comparison of medical care cost in India was almost just a fraction of the cost incurred in the U.S. a heart surgery, which costs USD 9,000 in India would cost around 75,000 to 100,000 USD in the U.S. A calculation of costs of the spine surgery around 8000 to USD 9,000 in India could cost around 65,000 USD when a joint replacement patient in India would pay up to around 8,500 USD when cost around 55,000 to 65,000 USD in the states, says Bali. Even with the current cost to India and stay involved, patients still end up paying much less India is chosen as an option to undergo treatment, which he said was leading to more U.S. patients who look to India. India continues to make rapid steps in the medical tourism India continues to make rapid steps in medical tourism. Analysts view medical tourism as a segment the most promising, but many areas of intervention need to be addressed. With its advantages of low cost and confidential emergence of several players, the market represents the most rapidly growing states , Asian Medical Tourism Analysis (2008-2012) prepared by Research and markets, an Irish company. Really nothing impressive about finding new, experts say. India touted as the global destination for health by the federal government back in 2003 itself. The liberalization and the entry of players since then growing more confidential, meant that despite the setbacks elsewhere in recent years, the future looks healthy for the tourism sector of health.