When you're considering expatriation, medical care is usually on the checklist of things worth investigating. And when you do investigate, it can be very refreshing—especially if you come from the US. Often policies are available that are in many ways better and virtually always much less expensive. Alex Routh left Vancouver, Canada, in 1995 for Japan, then China, Hong Kong, Thailand, a sailboat in the Carribean and has settled in the Domincan Republic. As owner of Protexplan, he's been helping expats with medical insurance for 20 years. Find out how it works in this week's Borderless Podcast.