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Brazil extends R$640m A&E modernisation

This article was originally published in Clinica

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Authorities from Palmas, the capital of Brazil's Tocantins state, have begun negotiations with the federal health ministry on how they will spend their share of a R$640m (US$266m) investment in A&E service modernisation in 2005-06, mainly for equipment. Tocantins thus becomes the tenth of Brazil's 27 states to be involved in the QualiSUS programme to improve A&E facilities and meet stringent new standards of care. It has so far been implemented in five state capitals - Porto Alegre, Recife, Rio de Janeiro, Fortaleza and Aracaju - and is currently being set up in a further four: Belo Horizonte, Goiania, Natal and Curitiba. By the end of this year, the health ministry aims to cover the main A&E specialties in all 27 states (including the Federal District). QualiSUS stands for Qualificacao da Atencao a Saude no SUS (Sistema Unico di Saude).

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