SUS application is already used by 1,2 million peopleApplication allows people to track, via cell phone, your queries and view the history of requests.
The application available for free by the Ministry of Health to users of the Unified Health System (THEIR), my DigiSUS, It is for three years running and has been downloaded by 1,2 million people have smartphones with iOS and Android systems.
The application allows people to track, via cell phone, your queries, view the history of requests and standing in line at the National Transplant System, among other features related to public health. The app also allows patients SUS act as tax services provided through the evaluation of the implemented service, as well as to report fraud anywhere in the country.
The official mobile platform SUS, citizens can find hospitals, health facilities and other establishments close to their residence; identify participating pharmacies Here's People's Pharmacy and track medications that citizens withdrew, and to evaluate the care of these services. You can also access a timeline of each service provided by the SUS, in addition to the National Health Card and personal data, with information about nutrition and allergies.
The platform is connected to 19.788 Basic Health Units (UBS) already computerized in 3.780 counties, totalizing 106.179.196 users. altogether, 11 systems are integrated into the application, among them the National Register of SUS User (CADS), National Register of Health Facilities (CNES), People's Pharmacy and the National Transplant System (SNT), regulation (SISREG), Primary Care (and SUS-AB) and Hemovida.
How to download
To perform your first access, download My DigiSUS application in store compatible with your phone and enter some basic information such as CPF, name of the mother and email. After accomplishing this step, the system will find your card and send it to the registered e-mail a message to the security check. Next comes the number of your National Health Card and will give you access to your health information.
If you can not enter the application, the Ministry of Health recommends that you look for the health unit closest to your residence so that your registration can be done.
For further questions, call in the Ombudsman SUS, no 136.