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link between public and private insurance and HIV-related mortality
|Statement||Jay Bhattacharya, Dana Goldman, Neeraj Sood.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- no. 9346, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 9346.|
|Contributions||Goldman, Dana P. 1966-, Sood, Neeraj., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||25|
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The link between public and private insurance and HIV-related mortality. Bhattacharya J(1), Goldman D, Sood N. Author information: (1)Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research, Stanford Medical School, Encina Commons, Stanford, CAUSA.
[email protected] by: Our results confirm this hypothesis—the relative impact of private insurance on mortality increases marginally to 80% and the relative impact of public insurance on mortality decreases to 63%.
If access to treatment is what is explaining mortality benefits, then controlling for treatment should compress the differences between insurance Cited by: The Link Between Public and Private Insurance and HIV-Related Mortality Jay Bhattacharya, Dana Goldman, Neeraj Sood. NBER Working Paper No.
Issued in November NBER Program(s):Health Care As policymakers consider expanding insurance coverage for HIV+ individuals, it is useful to ask if insurance has any affect on health outcomes; and, if so, whether public insurance is.
The link between public and private insurance and HIV-related mortality. and, if so, whether public insurance is as efficacious as private insurance in preventing premature death.
Using data from a nationally representative cohort of HIV-infected persons receiving regular medical care, we estimate the impact of different types of insurance Cited by: Bhattacharya, Jayanta & Goldman, Dana & Sood, Neeraj, "The link between public and private insurance and HIV-related mortality," Journal of Health Economics, Elsevier, vol.
Downloadable (with restrictions). As policymakers consider expanding insurance coverage for HIV+ individuals, it is useful to ask if insurance has any affect on health outcomes; and, if so, whether public insurance is as efficacious as private insurance in preventing premature deaths among HIV+ patients.
Using data from a nationally representative cohort of HIV-infected persons receiving. The Link Between Public and Private Insurance and HIV-related Mortality Published in: Journal of Health Economics, v.
22, no. 6, Nov.p. Posted on Cited by: Get this from a library. The Link Between Public and Private Insurance and HIV-Related Mortality.
[Neeraj Sood; Jay Bhattacharya; Dana Goldman; National Bureau of Economic Research;] -- As policymakers consider expanding insurance coverage for HIV+ individuals, it is useful to ask if insurance has any affect on health outcomes; and, if so, whether public insurance is as efficacious.
Health insurance coverage is strongly linked to better clinical outcomes, use of preventive services, and self-perceived wellness. 1–5 For people living with HIV (PLWH), being insured is associated with sustained viral suppression, lower use of acute care services, and lower probability of AIDS and premature death.
6–10 Yet nearly 30% of PLWH are without health insurance, double the Cited by: Abstract. Chapter 8 describes the role of government in terms of health insurance policy.
This chapter examines specific public policy choices that can improve the health insurance system in the United States. The chapter starts with a review of the economics of : Robert D. Lieberthal. Bhattacharya, Goldman, and Sood: w The Link Between Public and Private Insurance and HIV-Related Mortality: Lichtenberg: w The Impact of Increased Utilization of HIV Drugs on Longevity and Medical Expenditures: An Assessment Based on Aggregate U.S.
Time-Series Data: Anderson, Dobkin, and Gross: w The Effect of Health Insurance Coverage on the Use of Medical Services. Inference With Weak Instru-ments Cowles Foundation Discussion Paper The Link Between Public and Private Insurance and HIV-Related Mortality Jan The link between public and private insurance and HIV-related mortality Toward a unified theory of sexual mixing and pair formation The impact of public testing for human immunodeficiency virus Author: Mark Gersovitz.
Bhattacharya, J., D. Goldman and N. Sood () The link between public and private insurance and HIV-related mortality. Journal of Health Econom – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: Background: The global push to achieve the targets designed to end the HIV epidemic has called for the removing of policy barriers to prevention and treatment, and ensuring financial sustainability of HIV programs.
Universal health insurance is one tool that can be used to this end. In sub-Saharan Africa, where HIV prevalence and incidence remain high, the use of health insurance to. “The Link Between Public and Private Insurance and HIV-Related Mortality,” Journal of Health Economics ().
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Continued. People with HIV/AIDS can’t legally be excluded from the “guaranteed issue” group life insurance policies offered by some employers, but those policies typically don’t pay out Author: Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF.
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These arrangements not only Trends in the Financing of HIV-Related Medical Care, JAMA() [hereinafter The "Medicaidization' of A!DS]; Nancy E. Kass et al., Loss.