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Data Persistence Insurance

David N. Kennedy
2014 Neuroinformatics  
But what is the 'value' of this persistence insurance?  ...  It is an insurance policy that would promote a new data archival habit, a proper cost apportionment system for the objective of data availability, a fiscally responsible way to approach data persistence  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12021-014-9239-0 pmid:24985144 pmcid:PMC4104364 fatcat:u6ialmjjlvfp3hmjoirgpwoq3q

Medication Adherence and Persistence of Open-Angle Glaucoma Patients in Korea: A Retrospective Study Using National Health Insurance Claims Data

Yunjeong Jang, Donghyun Jee, Donghwan Lee, Nam-Kyong Choi, SeungJin Bae
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
A retrospective study was conducted using the Korean National Health Insurance (NHI) claims database from 2016 to 2019.  ...  This study aimed to analyze medication adherence and persistence among open-angle glaucoma patients in Korea.  ...  poor adherence and persistence using the Korean National Health Insurance (NHI) claims database.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18084106 pmid:33924601 pmcid:PMC8069643 fatcat:ntsm4e6jova3paw2z7npa6vp54

Interferon gamma release assay tests are associated with persistence and completion of latent tuberculosis infection treatment in the United States: Evidence from commercial insurance data

Erica L. Stockbridge, Abiah D. Loethen, Esther Annan, Thaddeus L. Miller, Frederick Quinn
2020 PLoS ONE  
Methods We used a national sample of administrative claims data to explore associations diagnostic test choice (TST, IGRA, TST with subsequent IGRA) and treatment persistence and completion in persons  ...  Conclusions IGRA use is significantly associated with both higher levels of LTBI treatment completion and treatment persistence.  ...  This data source contains claims for roughly 30.6 million people in the US who have commercial insurance [32] .  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0243102 pmid:33270737 fatcat:rjomvust4jgifa2xzoq6bs2jky

Interpretable Neural Networks for Panel Data Analysis in Economics [article]

Yucheng Yang, Zhong Zheng, Weinan E
2020 arXiv   pre-print
In particular, we encode a class of interpretable functions named persistent change filters in the neural network to study time series cross-sectional data.  ...  We apply the model to predicting individual's monthly employment status using high-dimensional administrative data.  ...  We leave k trainable to let the data finds the best value. Finally, we have the notion of persistent change filter D = D (3) . D.5 Why Do We Call It Persistent Change Filter?  ... 
arXiv:2010.05311v3 fatcat:b3k5goqyy5ennl2dl3vzojwcra

Profit persistency in the insurance sector: the case of Turkey

Necla Tunay, Nesrin Özataç, K. Batu Tunay
2014 Insurance Markets and Companies  
(1) , the short run persistence of profitability of persistence is estimated separately both by the dynamic panel data model which is developed by Arelanno and Bond (1991) and system dynamic panel data  ...  Data set The data set is complied from the Insurance Regulatory Board's Reports from the web site of Republic of Turkey, Prime Ministry Under secretariat of Treasury's. 35 property and casualty insurance  ... 
doaj:62fef3678bc34056b297e45f93eabcde fatcat:aihhwra6nncylmng6ficoky7r4

What Do Longitudinal Data on Millions of Hospital Visits Tell Us About the Value of Public Health Insurance as a Safety Net for the Young and Privately Insured?

Amanda Ellen Kowalski
2015 Social Science Research Network  
Young people with private health insurance sometimes transition to the public health insurance safety net after they get sick, but popular sources of cross-sectional data obscure how frequently these transitions  ...  If we ignore the longitudinal transitions in our data, we obscure over 80% of the value of public health insurance to the young and privately insured. * Kate Archibald, Norma Padron, and Samuel Moy provided  ...  The fraction of longitudinal value of public health insurance that is obscured by cross-sectional data (γ − φ)/γ is 89%, among individuals with persistent diagnoses in 1995.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2555730 fatcat:75xou76mrbcp5nrbm57satfdyy

Page 1155 of AIDS Care Vol. 23, Issue 9 [page]

2011 AIDS Care  
Using medical and prescription claims data from a large US commercial claims database, we examined persistence in commercially insured patients on initial ARV therapy.  ...  Our analysis provides much-needed data on the factors associated with ARV therapy persistence in privately insured patients, a group estimated to represent 31% of HIV- infected adults in the United States  ... 

THE PERSISTENCE OF INSURERS PROFITABILITY

Maja Pervan, Josip Arnerić, Marijana Ćurak
2013 Croatian Operational Research Review  
In order to determine persistence of insurers' profitability, a Markov Chains stochastic process is applied on the profitability classes that were formulated based on the changes of insurers' ROA (return  ...  In order to shed some light on the issue of persistence in corporate rates of return, this research aims to examine the persistence of profitability of financial entities i.e. non-life insurance companies  ...  Goddard et al. tested for the persistence of profit using bank-level data from 65 countries.  ... 
doaj:56c1ef427a36446fbb6f6adb98552522 fatcat:qvazazlaibgqjgmq7kw53klmyq

The prediction of persistency in premium payment

S. Rains Wallace, Alfred G. Whitney
1950 Journal of Applied Psychology  
The Data.  ...  Life Insurance Agency Management Association Persistency 1942-1947. Hartford, Conn.: Life Insurance Agency Management Assoc., 1949, pp. 123. 2. Life Insurance Sales Research Bureau. The 1942 Buyer.  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0061519 fatcat:hlooxw7ljze2xpl5hrdzi47c3i

The prediction of persistency in premium payment

S R WALLACE, A G WHITNEY
1950 Journal of Applied Psychology  
The Data.  ...  Life Insurance Agency Management Association Persistency 1942-1947. Hartford, Conn.: Life Insurance Agency Management Assoc., 1949, pp. 123. 2. Life Insurance Sales Research Bureau. The 1942 Buyer.  ... 
pmid:15415393 fatcat:ni6s3ibmrbbvveetwpimq2wpfy

Nonlinear Persistence and Partial Insurance: Income and Consumption Dynamics in the PSID

Manuel Arellano, Richard Blundell, Stephane Bonhomme
2018 AEA Papers and Proceedings  
Using the enhanced consumption and asset data in the PSID, nonlinear persistence is shown to have key implications for consumption insurance.  ...  In this paper we highlight the importance of the PSID in understanding income dynamics and consumption insurance.  ...  Finally, we provide preliminary evidence that the nonlinear persistence we have uncovered in family earnings data is also evident in hourly wage data.  ... 
doi:10.1257/pandp.20181049 fatcat:h73utcxfnjgqddbuybwv6bbene

The Impact of the Type of Insurance Plan on Adherence and Persistence with Antidepressants: A Matched Cohort Study

Jonathan Assayag, Amélie Forget, Fatima-Zohra Kettani, Marie-France Beauchesne, Jocelyne Moisan, Lucie Blais
2013 Canadian journal of psychiatry  
The influence of the type of drug insurance on adherence, persistence and cost of antidepressants is not well known.  ...  Objective: To compare adherence, persistence and cost of antidepressants in patients with private and public drug insurance.  ...  (data available upon request).  ... 
doi:10.1177/070674371305800409 pmid:23547647 fatcat:jmxlizjkizeqzjeslrdosfcv4m

Predictors of Persistence With Antihypertensive Therapy: Results From the NHANES

L. E. Bautista
2008 American Journal of Hypertension  
Having no health insurance increased non-persistence by 88% (P = 0.002), and patients who did not visit their doctor during the last year were 10 times more likely to be non-persistent than those who made  ...  Knowledge of factors related to non-persistence is limited, partly because previous studies have being conducted mostly in elderly patients enrolled in a single health insurance.  ...  Similarly, non-persistence was 1.88 times more frequent among patients without health insurance (P = 0.002).  ... 
doi:10.1038/ajh.2007.33 pmid:18188161 fatcat:n7uiqfo3zrcfvd5oavs2llf56m

Comment on: Persistence and adherence to single-tablet regimens in HIV treatment: a cohort study from the French National Healthcare Insurance Database

Leslie Grammatico-Guillon, Guillaume Gras, Claire Hassen-Khodja, Zoha Maakaroun, Frédéric Bastides, Francis Barin, Louis Bernard
2015 Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy  
Lack of clinical or biological data necessitates careful interpretation about antiretroviral persistence. These study limitations were not considered.  ...  Future collaborations with healthcare insurance are needed to cross-reference this database with clinical data. Transparency declarations None to declare.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jac/dkv242 pmid:26253090 fatcat:vpc4xjlnd5bpbopemk3i2g7vjq

On the Persistence of Income Shocks Over the Life Cycle: Evidence and Implications, Second Version

Yasar Fatih Karahan, Serdar Ozkan
2010 Social Science Research Network  
This is mostly due to a higher degree of consumption insurance for young workers, for whom persistence is moderate.  ...  We show that the statistical model is identified and estimate it using PSID data.  ...  However, Blundell, Pistaferri, and Preston (2008) find a roughly flat insurance profile in the data.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1585884 fatcat:5nvdpsukvnbzxcbmc3oczwfmfi
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