MEETINGS - Conference on the health sector in Latin America (US) September 1998:
This article was originally published in Clinica
A conference on the health sector in Latin America - Salud-Americas '98 - will be held in Miami, Florida, on September 14-16. The meeting will cover issues such as changing regulation in Latin America and implications for private health care growth; mergers and acquisitions in Latin America; the use of an equity/debt mix to mitigate risk; what providers need to know about the information and high-tech revolution; and the regulatory role of health maintenance organisations in Latin America. For more information contact Judy Wheaton at ME Productions in the US. Tel: +1 954 458 4000.
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