The 15th International Conference of Rede Unida featured guidelines highlighting the importance and quality of care in the Unified Health System (SUS). At the opening ceremony held last Thursday (16), Deputy Governor Jacqueline Moires, stressed the importance of the Unified Health System (SUS) for women.
Through the Unified Health System, women receive prenatal care and breast cancer treatment, for example. For this and other reasons, Deputy Governor Jacqueline Moires said, I am a proponent of public policies made for the population and for the population.
The event, which took place at the Vitoria Grand Hall, in Vitoria, with the virtual participation of the Minister of State for Health, Nicio Fernandez; Under Secretary of State for Health Surveillance, Luis Carlos Reblin; The Coordinator of Rede Unida, Tlio Franco, and other authorities and members of Congress.
Nicio Fernandez emphasized that it is necessary to work with an agenda of concrete achievements for the population. “We need to confront the debate about efficiency and modernization with quality. He noted that the solution to our challenge lies in our unity, at Rede Unida.
For Tolio Franco, coordinator of Rede Unida, the scenario is one of hope, with a different and better future. “This is another meeting that will be rich and powerful, as we have a great desire to make this country different,” he stressed.
The United Network Conference is the largest in Brazil, when it comes to collective health, and brings together speakers from several states and countries. The 15th International Conference of Rede Unida is organized by the Capixaba Institute for Health Education, Research and Innovation (ICEPi), in partnership with Rede Unida. The event continued until Sunday (19), with lectures at the Federal University of Espírito Santo (Ufes), and aimed at exchanging experiences of national and international organizations in the field of health and education, as well as discussing topics, such as the epidemic. Novel coronavirus, COVID-19, racism, human rights, accessibility, and indigenous and alternative therapies.
ICEPi delivers innovations and results
The 15th International Conference of Rede Unida started last Thursday (16), with a diversified program for the health field. A highlight of the first day was ‘ICEPi, an incubator of health on the rise’, with Murillo Berchler, Isabella Allen Oliveira and Fabio Alvarenga, who are part of the Project to Develop Management Practices Applied to Innovation in Health (PGiS). The specialists discussed the importance of the Institute in modernizing health policies in Espírito Santo.
“Modernization facilitates the reduction of bureaucracy, improvement and impact on health and other areas of public authority. ICEPi facilitates partnerships with different institutions, such as Rede Unida, and we are still able to identify what is being done well outside the country and even outside the country,” said Berchler. .
The Under Secretary of Health of Viana, Lais Lacerda, took the opportunity to commend the Viana Vacinada project, implemented by the Institute, through a partnership between the Ministry of Health (MS), the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Viocruz) and the Casciano Antonio Moraes University Hospital. (Hucam-Ufes) and Health Administration (Sesa).
“During the pandemic, Espirito Santo took the lead in vaccination against Covid-19 and ICEPi saved many lives, especially in Viana, which today has a very low rate of health complications in relation to the coronavirus. Although the institute is quite new, it has made Already a huge difference in our state.”
Constructive moments of discussion and exchange of experience also took place during the table “Innovations in SUS Professional Qualification in Espiritu Santo” with Leo Leal, Giuliana Mariano, Tice Maranhão, Isabella Allen Oliveira and Maria Fernanda Muratori. ICEPi specialists are part of the state’s Primary Care Qualification Program (Qualifica-APS) and PGiS.
“Technology can be combined with Primary Health Care (PHC). Through institutional support, the institute can work with municipalities, knowing the reality of each city. Thus, it will be able to strengthen and qualify primary health care centers in each location. It is important to understand the professionals and know the local needs To implement plans and interventions with municipalities”, emphasized Maria Fernanda.
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