This article analyzes the impact of the management of the High Cost Account (CAC) on mortality due to HIV in the 32 departments and the 6 classifications of Health Promoting Entities between 2009 and 2018. Through a study of differences in differences estimated with a panel model, where there is one unit of analysis of insurers-departments per year and where these same insurers-departments have treated units since they are part of the management of the CCS. With 2014 as the determining year to be able to evaluate the impact of the management of the High Cost Account, due to the hard work carried out by the account for the high cost disease HIV / AIDS, with Resolution 1219 of 2015. A As a result, with the data provided, it can be determined that a difference-in-difference analysis does not show a causality between being a regime benefiting from the High Cost Account after 2014 and having a lower mortality rate from HIV / AIDS.
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CAC (The High Cost Account: Colombian Fund for High Cost Diseases)
Cost management in HIV/AIDS treatmen
General System of Social Security in Health of Colombia