2013
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-12902013000400002
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A longa batalha pelo financiamento do SUS

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“…In 2012, the percentage of the federal government expenditures with health actions and services virtually remained the same as in 1995, when it was only 1.75% of the gross domestic product. 15 These data are even more concerning when we observe the total expenses with health in Brazil, as 47% correspond to public expenditure. This shows the difficulty faced by the SUS public managers, as the system must provide services to 75% of the population, who have no private health insurance, and this care is provided with less than half of the resources devoted to health in Brazil.…”
Section: The Sus Funding Does Not Cope With the Hospital Expenses Andmentioning
confidence: 94%
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“…In 2012, the percentage of the federal government expenditures with health actions and services virtually remained the same as in 1995, when it was only 1.75% of the gross domestic product. 15 These data are even more concerning when we observe the total expenses with health in Brazil, as 47% correspond to public expenditure. This shows the difficulty faced by the SUS public managers, as the system must provide services to 75% of the population, who have no private health insurance, and this care is provided with less than half of the resources devoted to health in Brazil.…”
Section: The Sus Funding Does Not Cope With the Hospital Expenses Andmentioning
confidence: 94%
“…There are also conflicts regarding the calculations to use the Federal Government resources. [15][16] The great problems related to health funding remain up to these days. In 2012, the percentage of the federal government expenditures with health actions and services virtually remained the same as in 1995, when it was only 1.75% of the gross domestic product.…”
Section: The Sus Funding Does Not Cope With the Hospital Expenses Andmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Destaca-se que há uma desigualdade em investimentos, tendo em vista a maior escassez de recursos principalmente na atenção primária, devido a uma visão distorcida da sua complexidade, que leva à desvalorização deste nível de atenção. [12][13][14] As ICSAP, como indicador de acesso e qualidade da atenção, passou a valorizar a APS, servindo de ferramenta para avaliação do desempenho e seu reflexo nos investimentos em saúde. Na análise da correlação de Spearman, foi possível observar que todas as variáveis apresentaram associação positiva, porém, muito fraca, ou seja, mesmo com o aumento no investimento financeiro, no investimento em APS, no gasto per capita em saúde e na cobertura pela ESF, houve aumento discreto nos coeficientes de ICSAP, contudo, essas diferenças não foram estatisticamente significativas (Tabela 4).…”
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“…Funding for healthcare in Brazil is below what is required to ensure universal, comprehensive, quality public healthcare 12 . Insufficient federal funds affect the three levels of care differently.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%