Research article of Global Journal of Library and Information Science
Public spending with relocation hospital for diabetes mellitus in Pernambuco in the last 5 years
Nascimento, D.B.L1; Costa, G.S2; Torres, R.L.N3; Manso, M.L.C4; Araujo, S.K.B.S5; Melo, M.G6
1,2,3,4,5 Academic Baccalaureate in Nursing – University Center Tabosa de Almeida (ASCES-UNITA); 6Lecturer of the Bachelor in Nursing – University Center Tabosa de Almeida (ASCES-UNITA).
Introduction: Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a disease, which affects large populations the state of Pernambuco, becoming a public health problem. People with this disease who are seeking care in public, can also receive care in agreements networks of the Unified Health System (SUS), which receives financial transfers from the Ministry of Health, through its three levels: Federal, State and County. DM uncontrolled was responsible for 30,106 hospitalizations in the past 5 years, bringing costs that could be avoided. Objective: present the annual costs of hospitalizations for DM in the public and private system of the state of SUS and Pernambuco. Methodology: This is um-descriptive study with cross-section from the public domain data available in the system Information SUS Hospital- SIH / SUS processed by DATASUS Diabetes mellitus. Data collection was carried out considering the years 2012 to 2016, using the expenditure data with admissions of derivative financial resources. To analyze the data we used the absolute values. Results and Discussion: In the period studied the total value dand used funds was R$ 20,545,949.98. The value used in 2012 was R$ 3,895,248.58 in 2013 R$ 4,516,990.86 in 2014 R$ 4,275,578.10 in 2015 R$ 3,837,742.69 in 2016 and R$ 4,020,389.75. The age group with more admissions were people between 60 and 79 years, totaling 13,796 cases, of both sexes. These quantitative belong to a network of 237 health facilities that are distributed throughout the state. Conclusion: With the improvement of health policy strategies in primary care, proper allocation of resources and efficiency in administration can achieve a reduction in the number of illnesses, thus reducing the value used to the hospitalization.
Keywords: Access to Information; Diabetes mellitus; Investments in Health; Health Unic System
How to cite this article:
Nascimento, D.B.L; Costa, G.S; Torres, R.L.N; Manso, M.L.C; Araujo, S.K.B.S; Melo, M.G. Public spending with relocation hospital for diabetes mellitus in Pernambuco in the last 5 years.Global Journal of Library and Information Science, 2018, 1:2. DOI: 10.28933/gjlis-2018-05-1802
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