eHealth Initiatives Across Latin America (LATAM)

eHealth Initiatives Across Latin America (LATAM)

Impact and Future Direction of eHealth

RELEASE DATE
28-Dec-2015
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Latin America
Research Code: 9AB9-00-49-00-00
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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).

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Drivers and Restraints for Health IT Standards in LATAM

Scope and Segmentation

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Healthcare Expenditure Trends in LATAM in Comparison to Developed Countries

Major Health System Priorities in LATAM

Market Definitions—Electronic Medical Records and Electronic Health Records

Healthcare IT Infrastructure Development in LATAM

Role of Governments in Driving Healthcare IT Adoption across LATAM

Healthcare IT Standards Adhered to in LATAM

Healthcare 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 LATAM

Leading Multinational Health IT Vendors

Key Findings

Demographic Profile

Healthcare System in Argentina

Healthcare Financing

Healthcare Expenditure

Healthcare Infrastructure

eHealth in Argentina: Connected Argentina

eHealth in Argentina: Telehealth

eHealth in Argentina: Electronic Health Record (EHR)

Key Organizations in Argentina’s eHealth Strategy

Challenges and Unmet Needs for Healthcare Information Technology in Argentina

State of Clinical Solutions and Healthcare Terminology Standards in Argentina

Drivers and Restraints for the Adoption of Healthcare IT Standards in Argentina

Demographic Profile

Healthcare System in Brazil

Healthcare Financing

Healthcare Expenditure

Healthcare Infrastructure

eHealth in Brazil

Key Organizations in Brazil’s eHealth Strategy

Challenges and Unmet Needs for Healthcare Information Technology in Brazil

State of Clinical Solutions and Healthcare Terminology Standards in Brazil

Drivers and Restraints for the Adoption of Healthcare IT Standards in Brazil

Colombia Market Summary

eHealth in Colombia

Key Organizations in Colombia’s eHealth Strategy

Challenges and Unmet Needs for Healthcare Information Technology in Colombia

State of Clinical Solutions and Healthcare Terminology Standards in Colombia

Drivers and Restraints for the Adoption of Healthcare IT Standards in Colombia

Demographic Profile

Healthcare System in Mexico

Healthcare Financing

Healthcare Expenditure

Healthcare Infrastructure

eHealth in Mexico

Key Organizations in Mexico’s eHealth Strategy

Challenges and Unmet Needs for Healthcare Information Technology in Mexico

State of Clinical Solutions and Healthcare Terminology Standards in Mexico

Drivers and Restraints for the Adoption of Healthcare IT Standards in Mexico

Venezuela Market Summary

eHealth in Venezuela

Key Organizations in Venezuela’s eHealth Strategy

Challenges and Unmet Needs for Healthcare Information Technology in Venezuela

Drivers and Restraints for the Adoption of Healthcare IT Standards in Venezuela

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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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Author Natasha Gulati
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