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Determinantes Del Estado De Salud De La Población Colombiana

  • Luis Miguel Tovar Cuevas

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  • Fabio Alberto Arias Arbeláez

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    En este artículo se establecen y evalúan los factores determinantes del estado de salud de los colombianos a partir de los datos obtenidos en la Encuesta Nacional de Calidad de Vida, realizada por el DANE en el año 2003. Para el análisis de la información se utiliza un modelo de respuesta múltiple ordenado. Los resultados confirman las predicciones del modelo estándar de demanda por salud para Colombia en el 2003 pero además se avanza en la mejor descripción de la inequidad en los regímenes de seguridad en salud. Abstracts: this article establishes and evaluates the determinant factors of the Colombians state of health, from the data obtained in the quality of life national survey, carried out by DANE in the year 2003. It uses an ordered multiple answer model as a quantitative tool for the analysis of the information. The results confirm the prediction of the health demand standard model for Colombia in the year 2003, moreover, it advances in a better description of the inequity in the health security regimes.

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    Date of creation: 20 Feb 2005
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