With the rise of the popularity, diversity and application of eHealth throughout Europe and the world, there is the need for compatibility between eHealth systems (in terms of both software and functionality), as well as a huge potential for market interaction, extensions and integration. In this blog we pull the highlights from the European white […]
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2015 is proving to be a progressive year in terms of economic growth for Thailand, with a rate of annual GDP growth close to 4%. This is a substantial increase from the previous two-year dip averaging around 1.8%, and is forecasted to remain stable in the coming two years.
The Market for Medical Devices in Latin America: Leaving the years of unpredictability far behind, and growing steadily into an opportunity to build a stable business
It is already a number of years ago that we started wondering when countries like Brazil, Mexico, Colombia and Argentina would finally leave their status of “promising” behind them, and develop into predictable, flourishing healthcare markets that would allow sustainable commercial operations. With a bit of candor, Latin America is developing into that sizable, predictable […]
Recent years have been characterized by significant strides and progress in the Philippines’ economic and business environment. The government has focused its efforts in speeding up infrastructure developments and implementation, creating a sustainable and lucrative investment climate and making the general business environment more attractive to international players.
The global medical device markets will reach approx. $380 bln in the year to come and the Middle East will contribute a mere $ 3.5 bln, e.g. less than 1 % to that total. Even in the “newly applied” definition of Middle East, including North Africa (MENA) but excluding Turkey in the west and Pakistan […]
Health care indicators in the GCC region are relatively good and have come a long way since only a few years back. Some of the most notable changes have been the decreased infectious disease rates and significant reductions in prenatal and maternal mortality.
Two of the biggest industries in Denmark are healthcare solutions and medical products, including pharmaceuticals and biotechnology. Combined, these industries account for well over 50 percent of all Danish exports. This blog article provides detailed insights into the Danish market environment, market drivers and purchasing processes.
Argentina is a federal constitutional republic with twenty-three provinces and an autonomous city (i.e. Buenos Aires). While the provinces are administratively divided into departments and municipalities, Buenos Aires is administered through a number of “communes”. Provinces in Argentina enjoy a high amount of autonomy (e.g. they organize their own local governments, and they own and […]
Colombia provides a universal medical system known as the “General System of Social Security in Health” or “Sistema General de Seguridad Social en Salud (SGSSS)” which covers about 97 percent of the population.
Although the developing healthcare system in Poland has resulted in a wide array of business opportunities, profit margins have not lived up to the optimistic forecasts of previous years.