Mexico and Brazil sign healthcare agreement
This article was originally published in Clinica
Mexico and Brazil have signed a healthcare development agreement promising wide-ranging improvements in healthcare delivery and the focus and investments needed. The initiative sets out the basis for a series of joint activities in the following areas: research & development, technology transfer and healthcare assessments. It also aims to address the problems of universal healthcare provision and its financing, with a view to considering ways of extending healthcare coverage.
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