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Rep wants Santa Casa 100% SUS and response comes in November - Capital

Rep wants Santa Casa 100% SUS and response comes in November – Capital

The proposal was presented to the hospital yesterday during a meeting to discuss the financial adjustment plan

Building of Santa Casa de Campo Grande. (Photo: Markus Malouf)

MPMS (Ministry of Public Affairs of the State of Mato Grosso do Sul) wants Santa Casa de Campo Grande to become a hospital that meets 100% of the they (unique system of Health). Currently, 20% of all services provided by the organization are provided under agreements or private.

The proposal was presented to the hospital yesterday during a meeting to discuss the financial adjustment plan. The unit management will evaluate the proposal and have pledged to provide a response to the request by November 26.

At the meeting, which brought together the Prosecutor, Filomena Aparecida Dipolito Flümhan, the 32nd Prosecutor Public Health, in addition to the authorities in Health For the municipality, it has been determined that Santa Casa will implement, within 30 years, a fiscal adjustment plan, which will enable savings of at least R$3 million per month.

The study was conducted by Falcone Specialized Consulting on the impact of Santa Casa, which became a reference in the regional hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic.

On this exact matter, the attorney general stated that this restriction on services and the change in the flow of elective care has been going on for more than a year and has triggered a serious situation of pent-up demand for these services.

For her, “there is a need to adopt effective measures and joint planning for the flow of this elective care between state administrations, municipalities and Santa Casa Hospital, so that the negative impact of the population’s access to reference services can be reduced.”

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Yesterday, once again, the hospital imposed restrictions on appointments and receiving new patients for 12 hours due to overcrowding.