Government guarantees payment of subcontractors Health

Since the beginning of David Almeida management, They were transferred R $ 36 million to outsourced and today (19), They will be transferred over R $ 9 millions.
19/05/2017 12h00 - Updated 19/05/2017 12h00
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Since the beginning of David Almeida management, They were transferred R $ 36 million to outsourced and, this Friday, 19 of May, will be an additional $ 9 millions. Payments were already scheduled, within the timeline set by the government. "I have a very strong commitment to the payment of staff and the companies that employ people and health is my priority", he said.

Also according to David Almeida, who was accompanied by the State Health Secretaries (Sesame), Vander Alves, and Finance (Sefaz), Francisco Arnóbio, to ensure the best use of pulp resources, contracts will be reviewed and renegotiated in accordance with the conditions of public administration and the priority.

He also requested the support of the medical profession to put into practice the Emergency Plan Health, released Wednesday, 17 of May, and you want to reset the waiting lists for tests, consultations and surgery in the state. "Today, we receive cooperatives representing doctors who work in all units of the Amazon. The next will be what we will call the nurses and technicians ", forward.

Safety - The news given by the governor was welcomed by the representatives of 18 cooperatives, representing around two thousand doctors from around the state. The guarantee of payment and prioritization of the sector encouraged professionals and assured cooperation.

To the prosecutor of Vascular Medical Services Union (Univasc), Marcos Sampaio, Almeida initiative gives more security to the professionals. "We see good will of the governor's call for debate and open a door that was closed, the dialogue. Surely this is an attitude and know that it will benefit both workers and the population ", he said.


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