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More than half of Brazilians consider the health care consuming

UNDP report also shows that 42.8% of Brazilians have noted the importance of regular medical care during the

 
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For 51% of the Brazilian health care in clinics and hospitals is time consuming. The finding is present in the Brazilian Human Development Report 209/2010, held by Prorgrama United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and released on Tuesday (10).

Another point that draws attention is the language used by doctors, the report says 35.9% of the population considered reasonable. A key aspect, as regards the medical professional, is that 42.8% of Brazilians have noted the importance of regular medical care during.

These three insights together form the Index of Human Values ​​(IVH) of Health, which is presented in this report. It is the first time this indicator is shown, ranging from 0 to 1. Brazil has the IVH-Health 0.45.

Based on interviews conducted by the Paulo Montenegro Institute, linked to Ibope, with more than 2 000 people. The survey sampling was performed in 148 cities.

The data include public and private services, without distinction and its value is directly linked to assessment populaão. That is, the higher the rating given, the value assigned in May.

According to the report's coordinator, Flavio Comim, the intention is not to evaluate either service, but at describing the population when there is need for such services. It was not asked the waiting time, for example, but only if there was any delay in the perception of the population.

Minors IVH-Health (0.31) were detected in the northern region, 66.9% of people find the service slow. In the same region, 44.6% of respondents consider the language used by doctors very difficult, and 43.5% saw little interest shown by health professionals in attendance.

Best Health-IVH (0.51), was in the Southeast, where 43.1% consider the health care delayed, 42.6% thought the language used by professionals is reasonable, and 46.1% perceived the regular interest professionals.

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Source: Isaude.net
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