[:es]Los más leídos de 2020 del blog de NeuroEconomix [:]

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Por: Camilo Castañeda

En esta entrada, compartiremos nuestros 5  blogs, 3 infografías y los podcast más leídos, escuchados y preferidos por nuestros seguidores.[:en]

By: Diego Rosselli

As every student in a health economics introductory course learns in the first few days, healthcare provision is a very atypical market. Demand for healthcare behaves in all sorts of particular ways. To quote the Economics Nobel prize winner Kenneth Arrow in his 1963 seminal paper: “The most obvious distinguishing characteristics of an individual’s demand for medical services is that it is not steady in origin as, for example, for food or clothing, but irregular and unpredictable.” (1)[:]

[:es] ¿Por qué nace el Market Access?[:]

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Por: Camilo Castañeda

¿Por qué nace el market access? ¿qué nuevas exigencias y retos al interior de los sistemas de salud gestaron su desarrollo? ¿qué disciplinas lo nutren? y ¿por qué es tan importante para mostrar el valor de una tecnología en salud?[:en]

By: Diego Rosselli

As every student in a health economics introductory course learns in the first few days, healthcare provision is a very atypical market. Demand for healthcare behaves in all sorts of particular ways. To quote the Economics Nobel prize winner Kenneth Arrow in his 1963 seminal paper: “The most obvious distinguishing characteristics of an individual’s demand for medical services is that it is not steady in origin as, for example, for food or clothing, but irregular and unpredictable.” (1)[:]

[:es]La calidad es lo que cuenta: apreciación crítica de las Evaluaciones Económicas[:]

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Por: Giancarlo Romano

En esta entrada explicamos los elementos centrales a tener en cuenta en la evaluación de calidad de un estudio de evaluación económica. [:en]

By: Diego Rosselli

As every student in a health economics introductory course learns in the first few days, healthcare provision is a very atypical market. Demand for healthcare behaves in all sorts of particular ways. To quote the Economics Nobel prize winner Kenneth Arrow in his 1963 seminal paper: “The most obvious distinguishing characteristics of an individual’s demand for medical services is that it is not steady in origin as, for example, for food or clothing, but irregular and unpredictable.” (1)[:]

[:es]Actualización del Plan de Beneficios en Salud PBS para el 2020 ¿qué cambió?[:]

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Por: Laura Van der Werf

Con la publicación de la Resolución 3512 de 2019 se actualiza la lista de medicamentos, procedimientos y servicios que deberán ser financiados con recursos de la Unidad de Pago por Capitación.[:en]

By: Diego Rosselli

As every student in a health economics introductory course learns in the first few days, healthcare provision is a very atypical market. Demand for healthcare behaves in all sorts of particular ways. To quote the Economics Nobel prize winner Kenneth Arrow in his 1963 seminal paper: “The most obvious distinguishing characteristics of an individual’s demand for medical services is that it is not steady in origin as, for example, for food or clothing, but irregular and unpredictable.” (1)[:]

[:es]Los más leídos de 2019 del blog de NeuroEconomix [:]

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Por: Camilo Castañeda

Durante 2019 hemos compartido con todos nuestros lectores 21 blogs y 10 podcast. Al finalizar este año, queremos compartir con ustedes nuestros 5  blogs y 3 podcast más leídos…[:en]

By: Diego Rosselli

As every student in a health economics introductory course learns in the first few days, healthcare provision is a very atypical market. Demand for healthcare behaves in all sorts of particular ways. To quote the Economics Nobel prize winner Kenneth Arrow in his 1963 seminal paper: “The most obvious distinguishing characteristics of an individual’s demand for medical services is that it is not steady in origin as, for example, for food or clothing, but irregular and unpredictable.” (1)[:]

[:es]El viaje del cannabis medicinal en Colombia ¿cómo empezó esta historia?[:]

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Por: Camilo Castañeda e Ingrid Ballesteros

Esta será una serie de blogs que busca contarle a nuestros lectores sobre la aparición del cannabis medicinal en el escenario farmacéutico de Latinoamérica…[:en]

By: Diego Rosselli

As every student in a health economics introductory course learns in the first few days, healthcare provision is a very atypical market. Demand for healthcare behaves in all sorts of particular ways. To quote the Economics Nobel prize winner Kenneth Arrow in his 1963 seminal paper: “The most obvious distinguishing characteristics of an individual’s demand for medical services is that it is not steady in origin as, for example, for food or clothing, but irregular and unpredictable.” (1)[:]

[:en]Knowledge transfer or knowledge in action: an unavoidable challenge[:]

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Por: Aurelio Mejía

Los sistemas de salud en América Latina se enfrentan a presiones crecientes asociadas al envejecimiento de la población, la implementación de políticas para alcanzar la cobertura universal, mayores expectativas de población y la adopción de nuevas tecnologías sanitarias que aumentan los costos de atención médica…[:en]

By: Agustin Ciapponi

Knowledge transfer (KT) is defined by the set of activities aimed at the dissemination of knowledge, experiences and skills in order to facilitate the application and use of knowledge. Unlike the simple transmission of knowledge, which is only directed toward disclosure or teaching, the transfer aims to incorporate knowledge into a value chain.[:]

[:es]El desafío de transferir conocimiento[:]

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Por: Agustin Ciapponi

La transferencia de conocimiento (TC), conocida en inglés como “knowledge translation”, es definida por el conjunto de actividades dirigidas a la difusión de conocimientos, experiencias y habilidades a fin de facilitar la aplicación y aprovechamiento del conocimiento.[:en]

By: Diego Rosselli

As every student in a health economics introductory course learns in the first few days, healthcare provision is a very atypical market. Demand for healthcare behaves in all sorts of particular ways. To quote the Economics Nobel prize winner Kenneth Arrow in his 1963 seminal paper: “The most obvious distinguishing characteristics of an individual’s demand for medical services is that it is not steady in origin as, for example, for food or clothing, but irregular and unpredictable.” (1)[:]

[:es]Acuerdos de riesgo compartido: cuatro preguntas y respuestas [:]

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Por: Laura van der Werf Cuadros

En el objetivo 6 del apartado “Salud para todos con calidad y eficiencia, sostenible por todos” del Plan Nacional de Desarrollo se establece que el Ministerio de Salud “fortalecerá políticas que ayuden al uso racional de medicamentos y esquemas de riesgo compartido”. Pero ¿qué son estos esquemas? ¿cuáles son sus características? ¿cuáles son sus ventajas y desventajas?[:en]

By: Diego Rosselli

As every student in a health economics introductory course learns in the first few days, healthcare provision is a very atypical market. Demand for healthcare behaves in all sorts of particular ways. To quote the Economics Nobel prize winner Kenneth Arrow in his 1963 seminal paper: “The most obvious distinguishing characteristics of an individual’s demand for medical services is that it is not steady in origin as, for example, for food or clothing, but irregular and unpredictable.” (1)[:]

[:es]Investigación en Economía de la salud y de resultados y sus oportunidades para nuevos profesionales en América Latina[:]

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Por: Daniela Yucumá Conde

Durante las últimas dos décadas, la economía de la salud ha tenido un auge sin precedentes a nivel global. Por esto es muy relevante revisar los alcances de este campo en América Latina y las potenciales oportunidades que se avecinan para los nuevos profesionales en el campo de la salud. [:en]

By: Diego Rosselli

As every student in a health economics introductory course learns in the first few days, healthcare provision is a very atypical market. Demand for healthcare behaves in all sorts of particular ways. To quote the Economics Nobel prize winner Kenneth Arrow in his 1963 seminal paper: “The most obvious distinguishing characteristics of an individual’s demand for medical services is that it is not steady in origin as, for example, for food or clothing, but irregular and unpredictable.” (1)[:]