Cobertura de aseguramiento en salud: el caso peruano desde la Ley de Aseguramiento Universal

  • Mezones-Holguin E
  • Amaya E
  • Bellido-Boza L
  • et al.
N/ACitations
Citations of this article
6Readers
Mendeley users who have this article in their library.
Get full text

Abstract

Objective. To describe the trends in health insurance coverage (HIC) in Peru during the period 2009-2017 and evaluate associations with demographic, social and economic factors. Materials and Methods. We carried out a secondary data-analysis from the Peruvian National Household Survey. For each year, we estimated the global HIC, for the Integral Health Insurance (SIS) and the Social Security system (EsSalud). In addition, we performed a trend analysis. For 2009 (Universal Health Insurance Act), 2013 (health care reform act) and 2017, we used a polytomous variable for the insurance type (SIS/EsSalud/Non-affiliated). We performed logistic multinomial regressions to estimate relative prevalence ratios (RPR) and their 95% CI with correction for complex sampling. Results. We observed an increasing trend in the global HIC (2009:60.5%; 2013:65.5%; 2017:76.4%), SIS coverage (2009:34%; 2013:35.4%; 2017:47%) and EsSalud coverage (2009:22.8%; 2013:26.4%; 2017:26.3%). Multinomial logistic regressions showed that being a woman increased the likelihood to be affiliated to the SIS (RPR= 2009:1.64 and 2017:1.53), while people between 18 and 39 years old, living in Lima Metropolitan area under non-poverty conditions reduced the likelihood to be affiliated to the SIS (RPR= 2009:0.16 and 2017:0.31; 2009:0.17 and 2017:0.37; 2009:0.51 and 2017:0.53; respectively). Furthermore, being a woman, 65 years old or over, living in urban Lima, and under non-poverty conditions increased the likelihood of being affiliated with the EsSalud (RPR= 2013:1.12 and 2017:1.24; 2013:1.32 and 2017:1.34; 2009:2.18 and 2017:2.08; 2009:2.14 and 2017:2.54; 2009:3.57 and 2017:2.53; respectively). Conclusions. HIC has increased during the period 2009-2017. However, the characteristics of those affiliated are different between the various types of health insurance.

Cite

CITATION STYLE

APA

Mezones-Holguin, E., Amaya, E., Bellido-Boza, L., Mougenot, B., Murillo, J. P., Villegas-Ortega, J., & Del-Carmen, J. (2019). Cobertura de aseguramiento en salud: el caso peruano desde la Ley de Aseguramiento Universal. Revista Peruana de Medicina Experimental y Salud Pública, 36(2), 196. https://doi.org/10.17843/rpmesp.2019.362.3998

Register to see more suggestions

Mendeley helps you to discover research relevant for your work.

Already have an account?

Save time finding and organizing research with Mendeley

Sign up for free