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    • Cost sharing and hospitalizations for ambulatory care sensitive conditions 

      Arrieta, Alejandro; García Prado, Ariadna Upna (2012)   Documento de trabajo / Lan gaiak  OpenAccess
      In this paper, we study the effect of ambulatory and hospital coinsurance rates on HACSC among individuals with private insurance in Chile. During the last decade, Chile´s private health sector has experienced a dramatic ...
    • Enrolling the self-employed in mandatory health insurance in Colombia: are we missing other factors? 

      Arrieta, Alejandro; García Prado, Ariadna Upna; Panopoulou, Giota (2012)   Documento de trabajo / Lan gaiak  OpenAccess
      We assess the impact that Colombia’s 1993 health sector reform had on the enrollment of self-employed workers in mandatory social health insurance scheme, with a especial focus on the independent contractors. This group ...
    • Non-elective cesarean sections in public hospitals: hospital capacity constraints and doctor´s incentives 

      Arrieta, Alejandro; García Prado, Ariadna Upna (2012)   Documento de trabajo / Lan gaiak  OpenAccess
      Using administrative records of births from the Perinatal Surveillance System of the Social Security System (ESSALUD) in Peru, we test whether high admissions of pregnant women affected unplanned cesarean section rates in ...
    • Risk attitudes in medical decisions for others: an experimental approach 

      Arrieta, Alejandro; García Prado, Ariadna Upna; González, Paula; Pinto Prades, José Luis (Wiley, 2017)   Artículo / Artikulua  OpenAccess
      The aim of this paper is to investigate how risk attitudes in medical decisions for others vary across health contexts. A lab experiment was designed to elicit the risk attitudes of 257 medical and nonmedical students by ...
    • Trade-offs in health investments: HIV, malaria and malnutrition 

      García Prado, Ariadna Upna; Miñés Belío, Sandra (2017)   Documento de trabajo / Lan gaiak  OpenAccess
      While life expectancy has increased worldwide during the last decades, the developing world is still losing millions of lives each year due to three pervasive illnesses: Malaria, HIV and Chronic Malnutrition. This work ...