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Meu SUS Digital: a new application that revolutionizes access to health services

Meu SUS Digital: a new application that revolutionizes access to health services

Brazilian residents now have access to a new facilitator of health services, the Meu SUS Digital app. This application, which replaces the old Conecte SUS application, comes with a renewed visual identity and additional features, bringing people closer to the services provided by the Unified Health System (SUS).

What is My Digital SUS and how does it work?

Meu SUS Digital is an updated version of the Conecte SUS app, which serves as a digital bridge between the population and SUS health services. To use the app, users must log in with their Gov.br accounts.

Features offered by the application

Among the features offered is the “Vaccine” section, where a vaccination card can be issued and the user’s vaccination record can be checked. The “Appointments” option allows you to schedule appointments at one of the primary health units registered in the system.

Another interesting feature is the issuance of the National Health Card, located in the “Profile” tab. In addition, the app allows the user to add medical information and use the app to monitor their health.

Application My digital SUS It is available for download on the App Store for iOS users, and on the Google Play Store for Android users.

New visual identity and menstrual dignity programme

The design of Meu SUS Digital has been completely redesigned to provide a friendlier and more intuitive user experience. In addition to the new visual identity, the platform introduces an unprecedented resource: the Menstrual Dignity Program.

The details of this new program have not yet been clarified, but it represents an important step towards inclusion and care for women's health in the country.

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This new version of the app is a clear demonstration of the government's commitment to investing in digital health, making health services increasingly accessible to the Brazilian population. The new app represents a major advance in the digital transformation of the Brazilian public health system, providing a direct channel between SUS and its users.