At the end of October 2023, the municipalities of Bonvinópolis de Minas, Cabecera Grande, Dom Bosco and Oruana de Minas participated in an event to train managers and technicians responsible for the National Register of Health Institutions (CNES), the Outpatient Information System (SIA), and the Fund for Strategic Actions and Compensation (FPO). ), and the Medium and High Complexity Outpatient and Hospital Financing Group (BPA), where these municipalities took over the management of health service providers.
The aim was to enable municipalities to control the management of medium and high complexity health service providers in their territories. This included transferring administrative and financial responsibilities and independence to municipalities, allowing them to make strategic decisions and make optimal use of public resources.
The training participants acquired the basic knowledge and skills to manage public resources with excellence, in addition to providing high-quality health services and promoting citizenship and excellence in medical care.
“Now, these municipalities are ready to take responsibility for managing health service providers in their territories,” said Leila Faria, GRS Unaí organizing coordinator. According to her, this change is expected to lead to significant improvements in the quality of health services provided to municipalities and enhance the well-being of their citizens. “The training was an important step on this path,” the coordinator concluded.
As of next November, these municipalities will actually take over the management of health service providers. This marks the beginning of a new administrative and financial independence, allowing them to meet the specific needs of their municipalities more efficiently.
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