Report: The emergence of new health care practices in Mexico

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Front and centre in the fight against Covid-19, the Mexican health care sector embraced digitalisation and adopted new strategies to redesign service offerings. This report covers the country’s preparedness factors, and focuses on the health care sector’s response strategy to the pandemic as well as the recovery trends being observed today. The health challenges faced in Mexico, as in many emerging markets, gave rise to unique response and recovery paths charted by public and private players in the health care industry. From the renewed importance of prevention strategies, to accessible diagnostic Covid-19 services for citizens across all income segments, health care companies have taken the challenges brought by the pandemic as an opportunity to improve the sector as a whole.

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