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Mexico’s healthcare sector represents one of the world’s most attractive markets for U.S. health IT companies. The U.S. Commercial Service Health IT Export and Business Development Conference is designed to help U.S. Health IT firms grow their business and expand sales into one of the fastest growing markets. This conference will enable you to:

  • Learn firsthand about Mexico’s Federal and State health IT policy initiatives and market opportunities
  • Showcase your company’s technology to senior-level public and private healthcare officials and potential partners
  • Network with some of the world’s leading Health IT experts and decision-makers

Why Mexico?

Mexico’s advances in regulatory reform, hospital facility upgrades and universal coverage policy goals make this an attractive market for U.S. firms. Best prospects include: Automation hardware and software, electronic health records, imaging data transfer and storage, real-time data access through websites and mobile devices, specialty and diagnostic medical technologies.

What Our Clients Said About Last Year’s Event:

“The Mexican Healthcare mission was tremendously beneficial in better understanding the Mexican healthcare sector, making new contacts and enriching current relationships.” - Marc Perlman, Global VP, Oracle

“The quality of the time spent was invaluable.” - Linda Dimitropoulos, Director, Center for the Advancement of Health IT, RTI International

“The Mission not only introduced me to very qualified distributor prospects but also facilitated introductions that are now in the process of becoming customers! I could not have accomplished more in Mexico in three days any other way.” - Timothy J. Jablonski, VP of Marketing and International Sales, Codonics

Date: April 24, 2013
Venue: Mexico City
Deadline: February 28, 2013
Cost: $950 for small/medium-sized firms; $1,200 for large firms; $400 for 2nd additional rep.



To register your interest contact:

Douglas Wallace douglas.wallace@trade.gov (415) 705-1765
Everett Wakai everett.wakai@trade.gov +52 (55) 5140-2603