President Andres Manuel lopez obrador reiterated that it 2023 will fulfill it commitment to be onequality public health system Continuously Mexico,
“Now the IMSS-Coplamar model, which was created 40 years ago, is what we are using to guarantee all Mexicans, who do not have social security, the right to health, that is the model that this is being implemented, and we are making progress,” he said at a morning conference at the National Palace and commemorating the 80th anniversary Mexican Social Security Institute ,IMSS,
this is our commitment This year we are going to build a quality public health system across the country, It has to do with the decision to voluntarily unionize the public health system,” he argued.
“Most state governments have already decided that the Federation, with this IMSS-welfare plan, will be in charge of everything related to medical care and health in the institutions of the Mexican Republic.” told.
The Mexican President insisted that the government of the fourth change It moves forward and removes barriers to achieve a public health system where it has made it clear that it has resolved the supply of medicines as early as the beginning of the six-year period.
“We have already solved the problem of the supply of drugs, now I can report that we have Medicine acquired for this year and 2024, which was a complex problem, and with many interests affected by corruption, we have already resolved it,” he said.
I can now report that we have secured the drugs for this year and for 2024, this was a complex problem and with many interests greatly affected by corruption, we have already resolved it.
López Obrador defended the hiring of specialist doctors from abroad, a result of deficits caused by the policy of neoliberal governments.
“State by state progress is being made and we are bringing in doctors and specialists. Many do not understand that this has nothing to do with political or ideological positions. We are all moving forward, of course we cannot give up”, he stressed.
With information from Lopez-Doriga Digital