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Accesibilidad geográfica y equidad en la prestación del servicio de salud: un estudio de caso para Barranquilla

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  • Gerson Javier Pérez V.

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En este artículo se utiliza la ampliación de la red pública hospitalaria de Barranquilla, como un cuasi-experimento que evalúa los avances en la accesibilidad geográfica y la equidad en la prestación del servicio de salud. En particular, se emplean medidas de gravedad para calcular la accesibilidad considerando restricciones a la movilidad así como información de demanda por servicios de salud. Adicionalmente, se utiliza información de satisfacción con el fin de evaluar los niveles de equidad logrados con la ampliación de la red pública. Los resultados muestran avances significativos en accesibilidad geográfica entre 2008 y 2013, especialmente para los habitantes de las localidades más pobres. En términos de equidad, se encontró que los factores socioeconómicos siguen siendo determinantes de los niveles de satisfacción de los usuarios del sistema de salud.

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Paper provided by Banco de la Republica de Colombia in its series Borradores de Economia with number 770.

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Date of creation: Jun 2013
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Handle: RePEc:bdr:borrec:770

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Keywords: Health economics; spatial accessibility; generalized threshold models Classification JEL: I18; R53; C35;

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