Blog - Archive: January 2016

Why consult a physicians in Mexico for female Healthcare?

Posted by Dr. Santiago Hernandez, January 27, 2016

ID-100120634Female healthcare is a significant part of the plan designed by countries for improving the overall health and wellness condition of a population. According to statistical evidence collected and evaluated over the course of years, it has been found that women are more likely to suffer from different diseases in comparison to men.

This finding has brought to light the need for a sound and multi tiered healthcare plan for women, who are at a higher risk of suffering from different chronic diseases. It is a fact concerning women all over the world, and that is why it has become important now, more than ever before, to assign due importance to female healthcare. Continue reading…

Debbie and Geff Igarashi lead very active lifestyles. Tennis, jogging, yoga and walking are a big part of their daily activities. They have both undergone surgeries under Dr. Santiago Hernandez’s care, with Geff having an intestinal resection and Debbie’s knee surgery. But then Debbie got a new diagnosis…

International HIPAA considerations by physicians in Mexico

Posted by Dr. Santiago Hernandez, January 13, 2016

ID-100390821Traveling for business or pleasure has become very easy, important and comfortable these days. And there is one other major factor which drives many to travel from their homeland to different countries, and that reason is for medical treatment.

Proper and affordable medical treatment is the need of many, and people look for healthcare services in different countries, to ensure that they get the best medical advice and advanced quality medical treatment in time and on budget. While traveling for medical treatments is fast becoming a norm, there have always been concerns about the protection of patient information during travels to other countries. The medical reports and notes containing confidential patient information and details need to be protected to safeguard the privacy of the concerned patient at all times.

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