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In 2011, the Dilma government took the initiative to partner with states and municipalities to address the causes of overcrowding and delays in emergency room and emergency hospital care. As of that year, each hospital began to receive R$ 3.6 million to be used to pay regular expenses (maintenance, professional training and payment of wages) and an additional R$ 3 million to purchase new equipment.

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In 2013, the Ministry of Health increased by 19% the funds allocated to municipalities for the maintenance of the SAMU system. The value increased from R$ 744 million a year to R$ 884.2 million.

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Foto: Ricardo Stuckert

Health structuring national policy of emergency

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Physicians, educators, community health agents, teachers, parents and nurses work together to prevent disease and promote the health of children, teens and youths enrolled in public schools.Launched by Lula, in 2007, the School Health program ensures early diagnosis of chronic diseases, control of tooth cavities and identification of the nutritional condition of pupils. Photo: Ricardo Stuckert

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The investment in the renovation of physical facilities where the Family Health program professionals work offers an idea of the importance of the strategy for the government: by the end of Dilma’s term of office, R$ 15 billion will have been invested to improve the structure of the basic units.

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