DOI: https://doi.org/10.47174/lace2021-0059May 15, 2021Proceedings Paper

A EVOLUÇÃO DA GESTÃO DAS POLÍTICAS PÚBLICAS DE SAÚDE NO BRASIL E O ATUAL CENÁRIO DE PANDEMIA

NEILANY ARAUJO DE SOUSATHAILA DALIA DE SOUSA LACERDA

Abstract

A qualidade na gestão aplicada a políticas públicas de saúde no Brasil é de grande relevância para sistema único de saúde (SUS) e para política nacional de atenção às urgências e emergências. Dessa forma, o objetivo deste trabalho consistiu em verificar, na literatura, a evolução histórica eas possibilidades e limites aplicados a gestão das políticas públicas de saúde relacionadas ao contexto da pandemia de Covid-19 no Brasil. A qualidade na gestão da saúde se destaca por evidenciar sua importância no gerenciamento administrativo, no qual se observa a integração de um serviço que venha a atender as necessidades dos pacientes que buscam os serviços de saúde. Foi desenvolvida uma pesquisa Bibliográfica via fontes impressas e bancos de dados virtuais, tais pesquisas integraram entre os anos de 1990 a 2017, além de bibliografias que discutem o problema do novo coronavírus. Considerou-se como resultado final que a qualidade, os custos da atenção, a satisfação do cliente e a eficiência operacional têm sido as principais prioridades para o setor da saúde, porém a pandemia de Covid-19 causou um colapso na saúde brasileira, afetando as políticas públicas dessa área e evidenciando problemáticas já existentes.

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