IMSS-Bienestar will benefit more than 53 million Mexicans: Zoé Robledo
In 23 entities in the country, 53.2 million Mexican men and women who do not have social security, will have free medical care as a result of the signing of the National Agreement for the Federalization of the Healthcare system for Wellbeing, reported Zoe Robledogeneral director of the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS).
Of the 65 million Mexican men and women who do not have social security, the IMSS Bienestar will serve 53.2 million of them in 23 states, that is, 80% of the population that does not have social security.
This will be achieved through the transfer of 707 hospitals and 13,966 health centers, that is the IMSS Bienestar network. With this, IMSS Bienestar becomes the largest public health care system on the planet,” he explained.
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At the National Palace, during his participation in the “Pulso de la Salud” conference, Robledo Aburto added that through this agreement a free, preventive and universal public care model will be implemented, which will also guarantee supply and access to medicines. timely.
The Care Model for Well-being, MAS Bienestar, published several months ago. What is going to happen in that sense? All hospitals will have a single supply management system, that is, a system to be able to verify the timely supply of prescriptions in pharmacies for patients who need them, and they will be delivered to them free of charge,” he indicated.
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