"Reajustar el listado de enfermedades (CAUSES) y/o padecimientos que cubre el seguro popular ya que muchos de ellos no se encuentran bien distribuidos a fin de cubrir la mayoría de las necesidades de la población más necesitada, un ejemplo de ello sería CHAN (cirrosis hepática alcohólico nutricional) que es una de las enfermedades en el listado omitiendo por ejemplo IRC (insuficiencia renal crónica) que es uno de los padecimientos que tiene un alto índice de hospitalizaciones o mortalidad en la población mexicana."
As firmly stated by Ordoñez Ramírez, reevaluation of the list of diseases covered by the Popular Insurance Program is a crucial step towards not only helping relieve poverty and exorbitant prices for medical treatment, but decreasing the death toll due to inaccessible or inadequate medical treatment. However, in conjunction to re...
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