Welcome to MHR 2016

Mexico Health Review provides a comprehensive overview of the Mexican healthcare industry, including the latest trends and developments, business strategies, operational and logistic barriers, legal and regulatory issues, and main investment opportunities. This annual publication comprises more than 350 pages of relevant industry information based on more than 175 interviews with the industry leaders and policy makers who are driving the growth and development of the sector.
Mexico Health Review takes advantage of different platforms – print, digital, and iPad – to reach the key players in the healthcare industry both in Mexico and the rest of the world. This publication facilitates the exchange of information among the most influential business leaders in the industry and this way it becomes an instrument for growth.

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This is how we do it

  • Cutting-edge interviews with the key decision makers in the Mexican healthcare industry, the political leaders and main policy makers of the sector
  • Dedicated editorial team combining in-depth knowledge of the sector, large experience in covering Mexico’s healthcare industry, and a thorough understanding of global trends and technological advances
  • Editorial cooperation with the leading voices of the Mexican healthcare industry
  • Regular updates on trending topics through our blog
  • Uniquely customized readership that ensures targeted and unprecedented reach among key decision makers in Mexico and around the world

The state of Mexico’s healthcare industry

The year 2016 has been one of change in the Mexican public health sector, highlighted by new leadership and new policies promoting cost-effectiveness and efficiency. Mexico has continued to attract an increasing number of clinical trials and new companies, bringing fresh ideas and scientific innovation. An oncoming wave of patent expirations has further prompted medicinal innovation, with Big Pharma companies racing to discover the next big treatment while others prepare to release life-saving generics and biosimilars. But the country’s most common problems remain: obesity, diabetes and cancer are the top concerns for healthcare providers and the biggest sappers of healthcare budgets, with the public and private sectors increasingly emphasizing the importance of prevention.

The health industry transforms and advances at breakneck speed. Mexico Health Review 2016 offers important insight into the changes to the public system that have occurred over the year, the mind-blowing innovations under development and the growth opportunities the industry presents. Mexico Health Review 2016 is an essential read, packed with interviews with the most relevant industry leaders and analyses of the state of the health sector in Mexico.