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HTH offers travelers mPassport health information


RADNOR, Pa. The 64 million Americans who traveled abroad last year faced more than rising costs they also faced risks to their health and safety.

HTH Worldwide hopes to give travelers access to the information they need with mPassport, a mobile health-information service that will give them access to the company’s databases of health and safety information by computer or mobile phone. The database contains 4,200 qualified, English-speaking doctors and dentists in 180 countries, 500 pharmacies in 126 countries and urgent-care clinics affiliated with major hospitals. It also translates names for 400 brand-name drugs and health-related terms in 10 languages.

“The doctors in the mPassport database are the highest quality specialists, emergency practitioners and family physicians,” HTH Worldwide chief executive officer Angelo Masciantonio said. “About half of Americans who go on vacation for two weeks or more get sick or have some sort of medical problem.”

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