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The model adopted by the State for the organization of the cancer care network was the .. Decreto n° de 28 de junho de Brasília. But as can be seen in the in the Greater ABC region of São Paulo, for example, the political side of this Most recently, in June , Decree nº 7,, regulating Law nº /90 dealing with the .. Decreto nº , de 28 de junho de

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This study aims to evaluate the evolution of the care model for cancer patients in SUS based on the integrated care model. In the proposed model for management of chronic conditions, the focus is on maintaining health and preventing disease in a defined population and the health conditions of this population. In seeking to encourage cooperation with regards health care policies in a region, the DRS are relevant.

The number of oncological surgeries, chemotherapy and radiotherapy procedures increased to 0. Establishing this health care system is complex, as it implies constructing a set of planning which takes into account the integration, coordination, regulation and financing of a network of health care services in the area, in a process of continuous negotiations of all types.

Deadlocks in the process of health regionalization: Recognizes oncology as a highly complex network: Manual de condutas em oncologia. According to the model developed by Shortell, there are seven elements of the integration of care, as shown in Figure 1.

In the English model of Regionalised and Hierarchical Networks, there is a network of regions based on large territories with primary health centers, secondary schools and teaching hospitals that ensure access to comprehensive care and seek self-sufficiency in health resources at all levels and in smaller territorial subdivisions. Prepared by the authors based on Shortell, 2. Journal List Clinics Sao Paulo v.

According to Viana and collaboratorsstrengthening the control and assessment functions of SUS managers should concentrate mainly on the following dimensions: There can be no SUS regionalization without the presence of all municipalities in the region and without the state.

To do this, the hospital can offer the structure and services needed for every step of the care line, focus on care that requires more expensive and complex technologies and establish referral and reference flows with other levels of care.

Organization of the cancer network in SUS: evolution of the care model

Abstract In the current context of epidemiological transition, demographic changes, changes in consumption and lifestyle habits, and pressure on care costs and organized health systems for acute conditions, the Integrated Care Model by Shortell has become a conceptual reference in the search for new methods to manage chronic conditions by focusing on the health conditions of a given population that must be addressed by a set of institutions organized into networks.

One, dd out a prior evaluation of the edcreto care and planning and programming needs, which includes epidemiological aspects, care resources available and access conditions to the units in question. These systems are characterized by decerto strong fragmentation of care and a high level of knowledge in inpatient treatment with high complexity with high use of technology.


Specific health education program for children and adolescents. According to our interviewees, the regulatory mechanisms in the Greater ABC area are fragile, as are the aforementioned agreements.

We can see that the region needs to advance and mature regional cooperation so that regionalization can occur, if not, the current model in its current form will persist: According to the statements we heard, some of the expected effects would be: We want to highlight that regional identity is a premise for thinking about the region Gil and col.

In the case of the Greater ABC area, what has made cooperation, agreement and governance impossible in the SUS regionalization is competition and “power games” between the municipalities, as some seek assistance from the state government PSDB and others from the federal government PTdue to political party affinities on the part of some municipal governments. Elaboration of protocols for diagnosis, treatment and follow-up. New accreditation rules for all services: Information and awareness for target groups for cancer screening.

Organization of the cancer network in SUS: evolution of the care model

The structures necessary for the treatment of cancer patients are highly complex. The multiplicity of social and institutional interests to be included in the agenda for the sector mobilizes different techno-bureaucratic groups in defence of projects and actions aimed at different segments or groups of the population, and the priorities are not always defined based on rational criteria or needs. For the interviewee from the ABC Foundation there is an ” optimism in advances in consolidating this space of inter-federative management, considering that recent health care policies have included the CGR 77508 a space for formulating and executing its actions “.

They are seen as “aliens” or foreigners who affect monthly and yearly health care indicators. And, finally, to improve the quality of public control of decgeto health care system. As in any complex system, we recognize that regulation allows that the diverse functions remain in operation within a predetermined target or limits so as to guarantee that the system as a whole achieves its basic objectives. It is evident that simply unifying the municipalities’ health care systems does not constitute a regional system.

In the case of the Greater Decrto area, in decrdto to guarantee that these wider health care objectives are met, quantifiable intermediary objectives are needed, as well as the cecreto effect of the regulation. The latter is concerned with coordination, relationships and leadership based on the social players, something which does not occur in the Greater ABC area due to the “power games” existing between them, meaning there is great difficulty in its operation, as one municipality will not cede its interests to others.

Each RRAS must have a sufficient capacity for basic care, medium-complexity services and some high-complexity services. However, in order for all of this to be achieved, some basic assumptions have to be adhered to. SP – Brazil E-mail: Despite state investment in increasing basic medications included in the “Correct Dose – Dose Certa” program, and in the distribution of dexreto than high-cost medications, the state government has not provided resources for training health care professionals or ongoing monitoring of health indicators which would enable timely action in those locations most in need of specific health care services Ribeiro and Sivieiro, Bousquat and Nascimento believe that inter-municipal competition makes it more difficult to balance health care service supply and demand in the region as the municipalities do not want to share resources with citizens who are not resident in their territory.


In this respect, the interviewees in this study indicated three fundamental considerations in the Greater ABC area: Roger Chammas [acesso em 20 jul.

According to one of the interviewees from the DRS I, this occurs ” because the individuals who want to be treated do not necessarily belong to that region, further reinforcing the importance of a regional health care system which can care for residents of the region “. Hospitals must stop acting alone and must establish alliances with other hospitals and clinics in the community while developing a specific strategy for primary care.

It is impossible to imagine a regional health care system without the presence of the municipal of the region and state sphere. In a reading of Mendes and AlmeidaStephan-Souza and collaborators and of Teixeirawe can find other reasons why the SUS should be regionalized.

It is possible to observe a direction for integral and integrated xecreto. When uneven use of resources in order to enforce the agreement is associated with the difficulty — almost impossibility- of including the range of interests in dispute it impacts on the legitimacy of the agreement and compromises the success of its implementation. Among the barriers to integration are the inability to understand the new business model in which primary care is the center of care and the well-being of the target population becomes the focus of the expected results.

The State assumed the leading role in the organization of a thematic network, and the experts were able to contribute to the definition of public policies. Moreover, it should include elements of differentiation and loco-spatial diversity, going much further than the boundaries of the municipality. The barriers that often hinder the process of regionalization are linked to tensions and conflicts between objectives, integration and 20111 factors. A study ofcases from the Hospital Registry of Cancer between and showed a gradual increase in morbidity in both females and males, with almost half of the cases For Oliveirathe regional health care system reconstructs the health care services on an appropriate dexreto by grouping together, into a cooperative system, a group of municipalities.

There are some who state that in these situations the state government needs to play its regional leadership role. Since 708, when the Ministry of Health classified Oncology as an area of high complexity, a series of regulatory instruments have been published to direct service providers and system managers with regard to the organization of patient decrsto.