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See proposals from 11 government candidates for DF for Health

The 11 candidates for the Federal District government devoted part of their government plans to health-related proposals. a R7 She selected some topics and excerpts from the promises of competitors to Palácio do Buriti on the subject.

A government plan is an official document that serves to guide voters in choosing the best candidate. Director of the Louise Gama Institute for Electoral Law Camilo Onoda Caldas highlights that it is up to the citizen to demand compliance with the proposals.

“he is [o documento] They are useful for both what the candidate puts into the plan and what they leave out. When the government does not touch on a fundamental issue, it shows that it is not interested in committing itself to that issue,” the expert recalls.

Check out some proposals from each of the 11 provincial government candidates

Colonel Moreno (PTB)

The candidate’s plan does not appear in their profile on the candidacy page for the Supreme Court of Elections (TSE). Seeking to transmit the program, Colonel Moreno’s staff did not respond to the report until the last update of this post.

Ibañes Rocha (MDB)

• reduce queues and time for specialist care or diagnosis and avoid unnecessary displacement of patients and health professionals;
• Promote the adoption of smart, collective and shared management, through the implementation of information technologies, to coordinate important and critical actions in the field of health, and to support the strategic decision-making process;
• Inclusion of a psychiatrist, physical educator, physiotherapist and nutritionist in the family health program.
• Facilitate user access or primary health care (Portal) and expand family strategy teams, especially community health agents, for regional intensification of care through in-home patient interview (active research).

Isalchi Lucas (PSDB)

• One public digital record for all health care networks in the DF Unified Health System (SUS).
• Reducing the geographical areas of the Family Health Regions, expanding the Family Health Teams and Basic Health Units (UBSs), and the frequency of family visits.

Kika Bagno (PSOL)

• Elimination of Iges-DF [Instituto de Gestão Estratégica de Saúde do Distrito Federal] reallocation of investments to the overall excellent performance of health services;
• The contribution of community health agents (ACS) to family health teams, as well as physicians who complete the teams that can be made possible through the Last Great Call for Nurses.
• Expand the psychosocial support network, and double the number of psychosocial care centers (caps) throughout the Federal District. with the aim of alcohol and drug caps in all administrative regions;
• Health professional training to care for transgender and transgender women and transgender men in the process of transition to meet their specific needs without transphobia.

Leandro Grass (PV)

• Saúde Perto de Casa: ensuring medical care for 100% of the population close to home, in family clinics, in all cities and in rural areas;
• Development of Alô Saúde, a virtual primary care system, accessible by cell phone at any time;
• Promoting human health, such as high quality urban environments, reducing the incidence of heart and respiratory diseases from polluting emissions, green areas as carbon sinks, capturing atmospheric pollutants, noise insulation and afforestation to promote a more pleasant microclimate and as rainwater management solutions and urban flood avoidance.

Layla (PDT)

• Structuring and renewing family health teams to reach at least 80% of the population.
• Structuring, enhancing and expanding the use of the operating room of the DF Health Department, to show qualitative issues such as waiting time and queues for surgeries, and turning it into a tool of transparency for citizens and management for decision-making levels;
• Hospital de Guarra (Centro Sul region), the physical structure of the Regional Hospital do Guara has been sold. The Aguas Claras region does not have a public hospital and is serviced through a partnership with a private hospital or through HRT, demonstrating the need to build a unit that supports the region;
• Computerize the network of medical records, inventories, communications with patients and scheduling appointments. Computerized systems facilitate management, enhance transparency, and enhance control over the use of materials, assets, and personnel allocation.

Lucas Salles (Christian Democracy)

• Extinction of Iges-DF and strengthening of the Department of Health. Temporary appointment of medical, nursing and technical professionals; Gradually conduct public tenders to fill vacancies;
• Increase the salaries of health workers.
• Conducting a study to convert Centrad into a hospital complex.
• Implementation of the elderly hospital.

Paolo Octavio (PSD)

• Strengthening primary health care. improving the user’s portal to the system;
• construction of São Sebastião and Recanto das Emas hospitals and expansion of the number of polyclinics in DF;
• Effectively spread telemedicine across the entire patient care cycle, including evidence-based medicine. Implementation of the “Saúde DF” application, so that the patient can monitor his or her waiting list for consultations, examinations and surgeries, within the risk classification;
• Undertake joint surgical efforts, organized by diseases, to meet pent-up demand. Manage idle capacity, in both public and private network, during shifts, weekends and holidays, in order to ensure user service.

Renan Arruda (PCO)

• More money for health, education and other basic services.
• Putting oil wealth at the service of the needs of the Brazilian people, allocating it to public health and education, building affordable housing, infrastructure works, etc.

Robson Silva (PSTU)

• Immediate end of Iges-DF.
• Strengthen and expand the number of Family Health Teams to ensure coverage of 100% of the DF population.
• Investing in a single, integrated health network, with ambulances and free transportation, to ensure that patients are redistributed, treated and their problems resolved, if necessary.
• Nationalize all private hospitals and private health companies involved in corruption schemes or exaggerated contracts.


• Strengthening the SUS and promoting public, community and family health, by operating the entire 24-hour health network.
• Public tenders for all health fields, with appreciation for all professions.
• Investment in modern equipment for SUS.
• Create a public network of popular pharmacies.

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