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Minister of Health considers proper evaluation of the performance of popular SUS

In the CNI-Ibope, 61% of Brazilians who is poor or very poor care in the public health system

 
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The Health Minister, Alexandre Padilha, considers that the research of the National Confederation of Industry (CNI) on the perception in relation to the Brazilian public health system is a correct diagnosis of the situation in its country. In the survey, 61% of Brazilians considered poor or bad care SUS. The main complaint was about the delay in treatment. The overall assessment made by the Brazilian is correct on several points mentioned in the survey. The first step to successful treatment is a correct diagnosis, said Agency of Brazil.

Padilla cited actions of the folder to reduce the waiting time, as the Emergency Care Units (APU), which operate 24 hours. The minister said that the units can solve the problems of 97% in the patients. They reduce the need for people to go to the emergency room and hospital. Of every 100 people, only three need to go to the emergency room or hospital.

As for the fact that 85% of the population to assess the public health service has not improved over the past three years, the minister argued that the improvement of the system is not shown. The population has a diagnosis of the challenges we have. These are challenges with different times of improvement.

Padilla also commented about hiring more doctors, pointed the need for 57% of the Brazilian research to improve care. According to him, come into force this year programs aimed at encouraging the attendance of junior doctors to the countryside and the outskirts, where there is a shortage of professionals. To attract them, the federal government will award extra points in the proof of residency and enable the reduction of debt you bought student loans.

As to control the waste of money, the solution mentioned by 53% of respondents, Padilha said that the ministry has saved $ 1.4 billion by changing the process of buying the drugs. According to him, the economy has allowed the free distribution of drugs against diabetes and hypertension.

In the survey, vaccination campaigns were the best health care program evaluation, with average score of 8.8 on a scale from zero to 10. Made by Ibope, the poll of 2,002 people in 141 municipalities, between 16 and 20 September 2011.

Source: AGÊNCIA BRASIL
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