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HospiRank reveals the hospitals that drive demand in Latin America, purchase habits and broader market patterns to shape strategic planning for 2021 and beyond.

This section introduces GHI’s TechTier Adoption Model, which shows the statistically proven characteristics of Latin American hospitals that acquire high-tech medical equipment. Readers can also see the penetration rate of different equipment types and which modalities are most common within each TechTier.

A breakdown of the top 5 institutions in each category across 10 countries.

Applicability: A quick, at-a-glance understanding of the hospitals that lead the region in medical equipment, helpful for identifying prospects and gauging demand.

Ranking Categories:

  1. Best Equipped for Hosting Patients
  2. Best Infrastructure for High Procedure Count
  3. Highest Count of Basic Surgical Equipment
  4. Best Equipped for Accommodating Newborns
  5. Best Equipped for Primary Diagnostics
  6. Best Installed Base for Treating Cancer
  7. Best Equipped for Advanced Diagnostic Imaging
  8. Best Equipped for High-Risk Patients

Rankings for each country according to the previously listed HospiRank categories.

Applicability: Identifying sales prospects and opportunities on a market-by-market basis, strategic planning for country managers, base data for sales propension analysis.

ARGENTINA

  1. Best Equipped for Hosting Patients
  2. Best Infrastructure for High Procedure Count
  3. Highest Count of Basic Surgical Equipment
  4. Best Equipped for Accommodating Newborns
  5. Best Equipped for Primary Diagnostics
  6. Best Installed Base for Treating Cancer
  7. Best Equipped for Advanced Diagnostic Imaging
  8. Best Equipped for High-Risk Patients

BRAZIL

  1. Best Equipped for Hosting Patients
  2. Best Infrastructure for High Procedure Count
  3. Highest Count of Basic Surgical Equipment
  4. Best Equipped for Accommodating Newborns
  5. Best Equipped for Primary Diagnostics
  6. Best Installed Base for Treating Cancer
  7. Best Equipped for Advanced Diagnostic Imaging
  8. Best Equipped for High-Risk Patients

CHILE

  1. Best Equipped for Hosting Patients
  2. Best Infrastructure for High Procedure Count
  3. Highest Count of Basic Surgical Equipment
  4. Best Equipped for Accommodating Newborns
  5. Best Equipped for Primary Diagnostics
  6. Best Installed Base for Treating Cancer
  7. Best Equipped for Advanced Diagnostic Imaging
  8. Best Equipped for High-Risk Patients

COLOMBIA

  1. Best Equipped for Hosting Patients
  2. Best Infrastructure for High Procedure Count
  3. Highest Count of Basic Surgical Equipment
  4. Best Equipped for Accommodating Newborns
  5. Best Equipped for Primary Diagnostics
  6. Best Installed Base for Treating Cancer
  7. Best Equipped for Advanced Diagnostic Imaging
  8. Best Equipped for High-Risk Patients

COSTA RICA

  1. Best Equipped for Hosting Patients
  2. Best Infrastructure for High Procedure Count
  3. Highest Count of Basic Surgical Equipment
  4. Best Equipped for Accommodating Newborns
  5. Best Equipped for Primary Diagnostics
  6. Best Installed Base for Treating Cancer
  7. Best Equipped for Advanced Diagnostic Imaging
  8. Best Equipped for High-Risk Patients

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

  1. Best Equipped for Hosting Patients
  2. Best Infrastructure for High Procedure Count
  3. Highest Count of Basic Surgical Equipment
  4. Best Equipped for Accommodating Newborns
  5. Best Equipped for Primary Diagnostics
  6. Best Installed Base for Treating Cancer
  7. Best Equipped for Advanced Diagnostic Imaging
  8. Best Equipped for High-Risk Patients

ECUADOR

  1. Best Equipped for Hosting Patients
  2. Best Infrastructure for High Procedure Count
  3. Highest Count of Basic Surgical Equipment
  4. Best Equipped for Accommodating Newborns
  5. Best Equipped for Primary Diagnostics
  6. Best Installed Base for Treating Cancer
  7. Best Equipped for Advanced Diagnostic Imaging
  8. Best Equipped for High-Risk Patients

MEXICO

  1. Best Equipped for Hosting Patients
  2. Best Infrastructure for High Procedure Count
  3. Highest Count of Basic Surgical Equipment
  4. Best Equipped for Accommodating Newborns
  5. Best Equipped for Primary Diagnostics
  6. Best Installed Base for Treating Cancer
  7. Best Equipped for Advanced Diagnostic Imaging
  8. Best Equipped for High-Risk Patients

PERU

  1. Best Equipped for Hosting Patients
  2. Best Infrastructure for High Procedure Count
  3. Highest Count of Basic Surgical Equipment
  4. Best Equipped for Accommodating Newborns
  5. Best Equipped for Primary Diagnostics
  6. Best Installed Base for Treating Cancer
  7. Best Equipped for Advanced Diagnostic Imaging
  8. Best Equipped for High-Risk Patients

PUERTO RICO

  1. Best Equipped for Hosting Patients
  2. Best Infrastructure for High Procedure Count
  3. Highest Count of Basic Surgical Equipment
  4. Best Equipped for Accommodating Newborns
  5. Best Equipped for Primary Diagnostics
  6. Best Installed Base for Treating Cancer
  7. Best Equipped for Advanced Diagnostic Imaging

Best Equipped for High-Risk Patients         

Organized by country, this section features total counts in each country’s hospitals for more than 30 categories, as well as 2020 projected counts, 2021 projected growth and CAGR for 2019-2023.

Applicability: Strategic planning for country managers, gauging future demand for the 30+ medical equipment types covered in this section and data to inform future product launches.

Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Costa Rica
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Mexico
Peru
Puerto Rico

A breakdown of hospitals that have acquired this equipment, brands/models and year of acquisition

Applicability: Sales propension analysis based on hospitals included in this list, identifying prospects for related services or products, gauging market demand and data to inform future product launches

Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Costa Rica
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Mexico
Panama
Puerto Rico
Uruguay
Venezuela