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Episode 64: Binational Healthcare: A conversation with Houston Methodist Hospital (Jose Nuñez, VP, Global Development at Houston Methodist’s Global Health Care Services)

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José Núñez, the vice president for Global Development at Houston Methodist’s Global Health Care Services, talks about how Mexican patients access healthcare services in the United States, what Houston Methodist’s partnerships with the Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey and Mexico City’s ABC Medical Center entail, and how the coronavirus pandemic affected these services and collaborations.

For more information on the Baker Institute Center for the United States and Mexico visit our website, and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn. To join our mailing list, please subscribe here and make sure to opt-in to "Center for the U.S. and Mexico Communications."

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