No. The types of services that should be reported under this category include remote diagnostic, laboratory or imagery services, or "telemedicine," as well as fees paid to foreign medical professionals who provide their services on-site in the United States or vice-versa. Charges for medical services provided to a foreign person visiting the U.S., for example, the provision of services to a Kuwaiti citizen who flies to the United States for chemotherapy treatments, are not reportable on the survey.