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A novel phase for medical devices emerges as their development becomes patient-centric.
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From regulatory obstacles to a fragmented healthcare system, Mexico faces several challenges to offer innovative cancer treatments.
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Mexico is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of medical devices but has room to grow as a technology developer.
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Technology improves lives and healthcare systems but these advances have not achieved full democratization in Mexico, agreed experts.
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Patient-centric business models demand the collaboration of patients, authorities and doctors to ensure access to health services.
Agustin Azcatl Romero
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Agustin Azcatl Romero
Patent Director
Romo de Vivar VIP Services
With a revised regulation on the horizon, Agustin Azcatl looks at the implications for medical devices and supplies.
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Luis Garduño
Partner and CEO
Improving medical devices and processes at care provision facilities mainly involves biomedical engineers, says Art-Técnica´s Luis Garduño.
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Montserrat Galindo
Head of Market Access
Only through collaboration and regulation will the medical device industry truly benefits the patient, says Masimo’s Montserrat Galindo.
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Ricardo Márquez
Informatics Sales Manager Mexico
Healthtech leader Philips has developed a highly configurable medical record to standardize and digitize hospital practices, says Ricardo Márquez.
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