It is a rare encounter. The four former health ministers, Adalberto Campos Fernandez, Luis Felipe Pereira, Maria de Belem and Paolo Macedo will join the same schedule to propose fundamental changes to prepare the future of the national health system, that is, the relationship between public and private networks and networks. Social in caring for the Portuguese. The debate will take place on Tuesday afternoon at the Higher Institute for Social and Political Sciences in Lisbon.
The session aims to analyze what is mandatory and necessary to provide better health for the Portuguese, and represents a session of five conferences “An evening in the city. New perspectives for the future of health in Portugal”. The International Institute of Health Sciences and the School of Health Administration and Management, in partnership with the Portuguese Association of Health Administration, endeavor “to make a decisive contribution to the reflection of the national health system in its various aspects.”
The organization justifies the discussion and contribution of four former health officials in the current context of covid-19. “The epidemic will cause a fundamental change in the national health system in different countries. It is up to them to bring together people with differing knowledge about health and, in this way, create a critical mass that allows a perspective on the future of health in Portugal.”
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