DATA THAT FACILITATES TOUGH DECISIONS

A look at what HospiVista Offers

Background

HospiVista was created by Global Health Intelligence, a company that has been tracking hospital demographic data for Latin America since 2014. Using a team of health researchers, Global Health Intelligence compiles, verifies and updates more than 2 million data points for 18,000+ hospitals in 17 Latin American countries, and is working to expanding its footprint even further.

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Who Can Benefit from HospiVista

A variety of organizations can use HospiVista reports, including:

  • Medical equipment/device manufacturers seeking business intelligence on existing hospital accounts or prospects
  • Hospital administrators looking to see how they compare with competing hospitals in their countries
  • Hospitals looking for partners for joint ventures in telemedicine and other areas
  • Investors conducting due diligence on specific Latin American hospitals for M&A
  • Supplies and service providers researching hospitals in Latin America in relation to projects
  • Pharmaceutical companies seeking detailed LatAm hospital profiles to identify potential sales prospects

Countries Featured

HospiVista reports cover hospitals in the following Latin American countries:

  • Argentina
  • Bolivia
  • Brazil
  • Chile
  • Colombia
  • Costa Rica
  • Dominican Republic
  • El Salvador
  • Guatemala
  • Honduras
  • Mexico
  • Nicaragua
  • Panama
  • Paraguay
  • Peru
  • Puerto Rico
  • Uruguay

For each hospital, you’ll receive a report that includes:

General Information — Address, phone numbers, emails, contact information

Key Personnel — Director of Operations, Purchasing Director, Medical Director, IT Manager and other important decision makers

Technology Profile — A breakdown of crucial capabilities, such as EMRs, Telemedicine, PACS, RIS and more

Equipment — Counts for more than 30 different types of medical equipment and devices, such as surgical generators, PET/MRI machines, hemodialysis machines, ultrasound machines, colposcopes, hyperbaric chambers, angiograms, X-ray machines and more

Specialties Breakdown — The areas of medicine an institution specializes in

Structure — The numbers of different types of units, including operating rooms, neonatal intensive care units, ambulatory rooms, cath labs and more

Beds — Specific counts for different types of beds, including hospitalization beds, intensive care, labor and delivery, neonatal intensive care unit beds and more

Medical Staff — Amounts of both specialists (pediatricians, general doctors, surgeons), nurses, technical staff and other personnel

Next Steps

Start by conducting a search for the hospital that interests you, then follow the system prompts to order your report:

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