La salud financiera de las IPS privadas

Salud financiera de las IPS

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Por: Francisco García

Con el fin de tener una perspectiva completa de la situación financiera de los principales actores del sistema de salud, se realizó la revisión de los estados financieros de las IPS privadas que se encuentran en la página web de la Superintendencia Nacional de Salud con corte a 31 de diciembre de 2019, correspondiente a 5.641 IPS privadas.[: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)[:]

La salud financiera de las EPS del régimen subsidiado

EPS subsidiado

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Por:Francisco García

Tomando información al 31 de diciembre de 2019 de los estados financieros de las EPS del régimen subsidiado que se encuentran en la página web de la Superintendencia Nacional de Salud , se presentan a continuación algunas observaciones sobre la situación financiera de las mencionadas entidades.[: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)[:]

La salud financiera de las EPS del régimen contributivo

Financiera EPS

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Por:Francisco García

Gran parte de los colombianos consideran que las EPS son un gran negocio y que una significativa parte de sus utilidades se consiguen por la negación o morosidad en la autorización de los servicios.[: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)[:]

Ley de techos en el sistema de salud

techos

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Por:Francisco García

Una de las situaciones más complejas que afronta el sistema de salud colombiano son los trámites de autorizaciones y pagos de los servicios y tecnologías no incluidos en el Plan de Beneficios 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)[:]

¿Qué sabemos de la integración vertical en salud? ¿Quiénes, cómo y qué efectos han tenido los procesos de integración vertical en salud? Innovation in healthcare contracting models. Where are we heading?

integracion de salud

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Por: Giancarlo Romando

En esta entrada de nuestro blog damos una mirada del concepto de integración vertical (IV) entre empresas dedicadas a la producción de servicios en salud y repasamos qué nos dicen los estudios en el país acerca del tema. En otras palabras, discutiremos en qué va la integración vertical en salud en Colombia. [: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)[:]