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PUBLIC AND PRIVATE HEALTHCARE INSTITUTIONS

  •  Decision makers, executives in leadership positions, directors, managers and buyers in public and private hospitals
  • Purchase managers, administrative managers, and financial managers
  • Maintenance and security
  • Rehabilitation centers
  • Specialty clinics
  • Educational institutions

MEDICAL COMMERCE AREA

  • Manufacturers
  • Importers
  • Integrating companies
  • Wholesalers and retailers
  • Medical equipment bidder
  • Agents, marketers, distributors, representatives

HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS

  • Medical associations
  • General practitioners and specialists
  • Rehabilitation professionals
  • Ambulance groups, paramedics
  • Support staff and nursing
  • Physical therapists

RETAIL SALES AREA

  • Self-service and department stores
  • Medical specialty stores
  • Retail stores
  • Pharmacies
  • Sport stores, sport clubs and spas

ExpoMED History of
Success

Nine years ago, ExpoMED Mexico decided to create a business network working in favor of the health sector needs in Latin America; with a sustained 30% annual growth, ExpoMED is nowadays recognized as the main networking platform for B2B connections between industry, experts, potential buyers, and healthcare professionals, presenting the most comprehensive offer in technological innovation, products, and services for healthcare institutions.

ExpoMED Mexico, has had a sustained growth of 30% in the last 3 years.

Why participate?

  • Familiarize with the needs and demands of the market

  • Generate brand awareness

  • Create new business opportunities

  • Improve the corporate image

  • Intensify the brand presence and awareness

  • Mobilize inventories

  • Monitor and evaluate competitors

  • Launch new products

  • Open up new markets

Sector Figures in
Mexico

Market Trends for the Next Years

  • Mexico is the largest market in Latin America; the eight exporter of medical devices worldwide and the main exporter in Latin America; and the main US provider.
  • It is projected that the profit derived from medical devices in Mexico will surpass 19,700 million dollars by 2020.
  • It is estimated that, from 2013 to 2020, the mean annual growth rate will be 7.2%, which is higher than the rate of the NAFTA region (5.1%) and countries like Germany (4.3%), Japan (4.4%) and Switzerland (2.5%).

Mexico has Key Agreements
for International Trade

Mexico has a network of 12 Free Trade Agreements with 46 countries (FTAs), which facilitates trading with other countries, among which the following stand out:

Investment Advantages Offered
by Mexico

Costs

Mexico offers significantly lower costs compared to the leading countries within the industry in the following areas: manufacturing of medical devices, electronic devices, and precision components, product testing, and operating costs (e.g. labor) at all specialization levels.

Export Platform

Mexico represents a platform for the manufacture and subsequent export of the products made by the companies, the majority of which are European, that supply the American market. In this way, Mexico provides a savings opportunity in logistics and manufacture costs for the manufacturing companies of these countries.

The 20 principal countries

Source: Global Trade Atlas.

More than 79% of the Mexican population is concentrated in frequently congested cities, which makes hard for many people to move to remote healthcare centers.29 New alternatives have emerged quickly, like the novel Doctor Offices Adjacent to Pharmacies (CAFs, by its Spanish acronym) , primary care clinics in retail establishments, and workplace clinics. To bridge the gaps in care, public providers are strengthening the outreach programs for communities and investing in technology to detect and monitor disease. The CAF model appeared towards the end of the 90’s to boost the sales of generic drugs. By 2010, the number of CAFs had tripled, mainly in response to the prescription regulations that threatened the sale of antibiotics. Nowadays, the more than 15,000 CAF, which employ 33,000 physicians and provide low-cost care, represent 16 per cent of the total primary care consultations.

Source: PwC México

Public and private hospitals in Mexico provide care for a relatively low number of patients. Mexican consumers have a lower access to hospital treatments than the inhabitants of other OCDE countries. There are about 7 hospital discharges for every 100 patients, compared to the expected number of 14 according to the experience of other OCDE countries, after adjusting for the lower burden of chronic diseases in Mexico.36 However, progress is being made. Public-private partnerships are building and operating new hospitals; a patient exchange program between institutions addresses the uneven capabilities of public hospitals, and the integrated hiring of medical device distributors is reducing idle time and costs duplication.
Involving hospital decision makers and patients (sic). To achieve a higher efficiency, hospital managers must be committed and have a sense of responsibility, while patients should feel involved. Inefficiency, or even corruption, at the higher levels can not be faced effectively by salaried staff, unless they are sufficiently motivated. Providing patients with a guaranteed waiting and transport time is essential and can also save lives.

Source: PwC México

In 2016, diabetes and chronic renal diseases ended up costing the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) 11% of its health budget and 0.25% of the national GDP.21 Up to 80% of all deaths in Mexico are due to chronic diseases; diabetes alone causes almost 100,000 deaths each year.22 Hence, on November 1, 2016, the Secretariat of Health declared a national epidemiological emergency for diabetes.23 Nowadays, the new healthcare strategies, the investments in technology and the partnerships between organizations can help slow down the epidemic.

Source: PwC México

Floor plan

2017 Report

Brochure

Participation Options

EXHIBITION: FULL PACKAGE

  • Exhibition space
  • Carpet
  • Standard sidewalls
  • 1 desk
  • 1 magazine rack
  • 2 chairs
  • 1000W power supply
  • Ledge with the company name
  • 3 badges per company
  • 1 2x38w slimline lamp
  • Description of your company in the exhibitor directory

EXHIBITION: Empty Space

  • Exhibition space
  • Carpet
  • Standard sidewalls
  • 1 desk
  • 1 magazine rack
  • 2 chairs
  • 1000W power supply
  • Ledge with the company name
  • 3 badges per company
  • 1 2x38w slimline lamp
  • Description of your company in the exhibitor directory
  • The empty space will be designed and equipped by the exhibitor according to the specifications of the ExpoMed 2018 exhibitor manual.

Sponsorship Packages

The Fifth International Hospital Congress will have six different modules:

  • Hospital Management
  • First International Forum on Sanitary Surveillance in Medical Devices
  • Innovaredes
  • International Forum on Nursing, Homecare and Gerontology
  • Second Meeting on Advanced Resuscitation Medicine
  • EMIVA (AIRWAY ASSESSMENT)

Sponsorship Costs

Contact

Rosario Garzón Chávez

Director de exposiciones

01 52 (55) 1250 5580


Cel: 04455 2706 1225
Nextel: 5926 3133
Id: 72*983183*3








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