Situación actual del Market Access en Chile

Market access chile

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Por: Constanza Paz Esquivel

Para poder profundizar en los retos y facilitadores del Market Access en Chile, es necesario conocer que implica el concepto de Market Access. Debemos tener claro que es un área que esta compuesta por distintas disciplinas, dentro de las cuales se destacan: legislación, economía, conocimiento científico, pricing, estrategia, entre otras[: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)[:]

Financieramente, ¿Cómo les fue en el año de la pandemia a las EPS del régimen contributivo?

eps

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Por: Francisco García

El 2020 será recordado como el año del inicio de la pandemia por el Covid-19, en el cual los confinamientos obligatorios llevaron a la parálisis de gran parte de las actividades cotidianas.
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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)[:]

Todo lo que usted debe saber del sistema de salud en Chile

Minsalud Chile

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Por: Constanza Paz Esquivel

El Sistema de Salud en Chile se rige según una estructura denominada sistema mixto de atención, el cual incluye financiamiento, aseguramiento y proveedores de atención, dividiéndose principalmente en dos grandes sectores: público y privado.[: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 evolución de los presupuestos máximos en salud

presupuesto máximo en salud

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Por: Francisco García

De conformidad con lo señalado en el artículo 13 de la Resolución No. 586 de 2021, el giro del presupuesto máximo se hará mensualmente a través de la ADRES dentro de los 15 primeros días de cada mes. A continuación, revisaremos como ha sido el comportamiento de los presupuestos máximos en los años 2020 y 2021
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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 es el Big data en Salud?

Big Data

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Por: Violeta Avendaño

Actualmente se habla sobre el potencial del big data para transformar los modelos clínicos en la prestación de servicios inteligentes y eficientes. En este blog realizamos una contextualización del término de Big Data y cuáles son las aplicaciones y beneficios en el área de salud, que le permiten denominarse una herramienta trasformadora de los servicios clínicos.
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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)[:]

Big Data: análisis en salud

Big Data

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Por: Violeta Avendaño

En este blog realizamos una contextualización del término de Big Data y cuáles son las aplicaciones y beneficios en el área de salud, que le permiten denominarse una herramienta trasformadora de los servicios clínicos[: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)[:]

¿Cuánto se auditó en el acuerdo de punto final?

auditoAcuerdoPF

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Por: Francisco García

En un reciente blog realizamos una explicación sobre los valores que fueron reconocidos por el Ministerio de Hacienda como deuda pública en el acuerdo del punto final . Sobre dicho acuerdo hay también varios escritos anteriores en esta página web .[: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)[:]

Los más leídos de 2020 del blog de NeuroEconomix

TOP 5 1

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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)[:]

Planteamientos de “Salud para todos” en el pacto por la equidad: del diagnóstico hacia un sistema de salud sostenible

Salud para todos

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Por: Ornella Moreno Mattar

En este blog, haremos un análisis de los planteamientos de “Salud para todos” en el pacto por la equidad dentro del Plan Nacional de Desarrollo 2018-2022[: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)[:]

Design Thinking en salud: Un ejemplo de innovación para cáncer de cuello uterino en Colombia

design thinking

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Por: Jorge Botero

En este artículo, presentamos un caso de aplicación de la metodología centrada en el usuario Design Thinking en el sector de la salud dando un vistazo de lo que se puede lograr al combinar estos dos mundos.[: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)[:]