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CNS seeks solution to stimulate retention of professionals in the SUS

National Health Council discussed the implementation of a career plan for servers Health System today

 
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The National Health Council (CNS) discussed the implementation of a career plan for servers Unified Health System (SUS) during regular meeting today. Directors of the Board made suggestions and discussed with representatives of the government system deficiencies and difficulties in finding professionals to the public and stimulate their permanence. The meeting was coordinated by Health Minister, Alexandre Padilha, president of CNS.

Representative of the Ministry of Health, Secretary of Labor Management and Health Education, Mozart Tabosa Julius Sales, presented an overview of the recent actions of the government and said that a major problem of SUS is to fill the vacancies for doctors, especially in small towns and remote locations. According to Sales, a way out of the question would expand the supply of medical residency in public health clinics and hospitals using as a practice field. There are already some programs in this direction, and we will discuss with the National Housing Commission to present the possibility of expansion, he said.

The counselor Arilson Carvalho da Silva, representative of the Council of the Municipal Health Department of Rio Grande do Sul (RS-Cosems) highlighted the difficulty in recruiting doctors is mainly due to the unequal competition from the private health sector. We aim to convince the professionals as part of the career of SUS said.

According to Eliana Bridges Mendonca, executive secretary of the Permanent Forum for Negotiation of the NHS and also representative of the ministry, the guidelines adopted in the country for a career in the System are contained in Ordinance No. 1318, 2007. The text aims to harmonize pay and working conditions in careers for different locations and levels of government (federal, state and municipal). According to Eliana, 56 negotiating tables discuss state and local, currently, the implementation of the ordinance.

The National Board of Health makes regular monthly meetings. In general, encounters the last two days. Tomorrow (12), the court meets again to discuss issues such as the Monitoring System of the Health Councils (Siacs), which is an instrument of accountability of state and municipal councils, the lack of oncology drugs, and Access to Information Act, among other issues.

Source: AGÊNCIA BRASIL
   Palavras-chave:   National Health Council    CNS    Alexandre Padilha    SUS    Unified Health System   
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