Federal government proposes cutting R $ 3,8 billion in health resources

Resources would be allocated to the operations of medium and high complexity (MAC).
23/11/2015 17h51 - Updated 23/11/2015 17h51
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The Medium and High Complexity (MAC) They will receive fewer resources in 2016. The federal government forwarded to the Joint Plans Committee, Public Budgets and Monitoring (CMO) statement with the containment expected spending in the Budget Bill 2016. The reduction was R $ 4,3 billion. Of this total, R$ 3,8 billion would be for MAC.

One of the biggest losses will be for the number of Application Mode 41 - fund transfers to municipal background. This means reduction in the financing of average shares and High Complexity in Municipalities.

The government's objective is to reduce spending, recover revenue and improve the primary balance of accounts 2016. No Ploa 2016, the Ministry of Health has exposed a deficit of R $ 5,32 billion in Medium and High Complexity. With this decision, the deficit was to R $ 9,12 billion.

bad or regular health

Research on the care in health by the Institute Datafolha, the request of the Federal Council of Medicine (CFM), revealed last October that 93% of the population believes that health in Brazil is bad or regular. Among the users of the Unified Health System (THEIR), 87% of respondents had a negative evaluation of the services offered. About two in ten Brazilians ascribe zero score for SUS.

In all regions and segments evaluated, the bad / bad index is higher, especially among residents of the Southeast and metropolitan areas, among women and the more educated the respondent is.

They were heard 2.069 people - 59% their residents inside - between days 10 a 12 of August. The sample is composed of men and women over the age of 16 or older who responded to a structured questionnaire, among others, also assessed the perception of the group about access, use and quality of services offered by SUS.


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