eHealth Initiatives Across Latin America (LATAM)

Impact and Future Direction of eHealth

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While some governments in Latin America (LATAM) struggle to provide adequate basic medical supplies, others aspire to establish healthcare infrastructure that meets international standards and drives improvements in healthcare services through evidence-based medicine. In either case, healthcare information technology (healthcare IT) plays a key role in improving quality and efficiency of care as well as enhancing workforce productivity. Improvements in healthcare IT drive robust collection of data which can be used to develop national level health policies and programs through electronic Health (eHealth).

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eHealth Initiatives Across Latin America (LATAM)Executive Summary Key FindingsKey Findings (continued)Drivers and Restraints for Health IT Standards in LATAM Scope and SegmentationKey Questions This Study Will AnswerLATAM Healthcare Expenditure Trends in LATAM in Comparison to Developed CountriesMajor Health System Priorities in LATAMMarket Definitions—Electronic Medical Records and Electronic Health RecordsHealthcare IT Infrastructure Development in LATAMRole of Governments in Driving Healthcare IT Adoption across LATAMHealthcare IT Standards Adhered to in LATAMHealthcare IT Standards Adhered to in LATAM (continued)Healthcare IT Standards Adhered to in LATAM (continued)Drivers and Restraints for the Adoption of Healthcare IT Standards across LATAMLeading Multinational Health IT VendorsKey FindingsArgentina Demographic ProfileHealthcare System in ArgentinaHealthcare FinancingHealthcare ExpenditureHealthcare InfrastructureeHealth in Argentina: Connected ArgentinaeHealth in Argentina: TelehealtheHealth in Argentina: Electronic Health Record (EHR)Key Organizations in Argentina’s eHealth StrategyChallenges and Unmet Needs for Healthcare Information Technology in ArgentinaState of Clinical Solutions and Healthcare Terminology Standards in ArgentinaDrivers and Restraints for the Adoption of Healthcare IT Standards in ArgentinaBrazil Demographic ProfileHealthcare System in BrazilHealthcare FinancingHealthcare ExpenditureHealthcare InfrastructureeHealth in BrazilKey Organizations in Brazil’s eHealth StrategyChallenges and Unmet Needs for Healthcare Information Technology in BrazilState of Clinical Solutions and Healthcare Terminology Standards in BrazilDrivers and Restraints for the Adoption of Healthcare IT Standards in BrazilColombiaColombia Market SummaryeHealth in ColombiaKey Organizations in Colombia’s eHealth StrategyChallenges and Unmet Needs for Healthcare Information Technology in ColombiaState of Clinical Solutions and Healthcare Terminology Standards in ColombiaDrivers and Restraints for the Adoption of Healthcare IT Standards in ColombiaMexicoDemographic ProfileHealthcare System in MexicoHealthcare FinancingHealthcare ExpenditureHealthcare InfrastructureeHealth in MexicoKey Organizations in Mexico’s eHealth StrategyChallenges and Unmet Needs for Healthcare Information Technology in MexicoState of Clinical Solutions and Healthcare Terminology Standards in MexicoDrivers and Restraints for the Adoption of Healthcare IT Standards in MexicoVenezuelaVenezuela Market SummaryeHealth in VenezuelaKey Organizations in Venezuela’s eHealth StrategyChallenges and Unmet Needs for Healthcare Information Technology in VenezuelaDrivers and Restraints for the Adoption of Healthcare IT Standards in VenezuelaLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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