Compared to other Latin American countries, Chile’s economy locates it on the high end, along with Brazil and Argentina as one of the healthcare markets with better prospects.
Chilean healthcare expenditures represent about 7.2 percent of the GDP. Funds are managed centrally and distributed to regions and provinces.
Chile’s economic growth plateaued in 2013 and is projected to remain weak in 2014. However, a gradual pick up is expected in 2015, putting Chile back to growth by the end of that year. Drivers of the 2015 return to growth include increases in investment and exports, which will benefit from exchange rate depreciation. Download the article to learn more on the subject.