Imposed law allocates R$2 billion to Santa Casas who provides services to SUS – News

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07/12/2022 – 11:08 AM

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Resources can be used until the end of 2023

President Jair Bolsonaro punishes, without vetothe law that allocates R$2 billion for the cost of services provided by non-profit private entities that complement the Unified Health System (SUS) – Santas Casas.

The Complementary Law 197/22 Published on Wednesday (7) in the Official Gazette of the Federation. The standard arises from the design (PLP 7/22) for the deputy Thiago Dimas (Pode-TO)🇧🇷 It was approved by the House of Representatives and the Senate.

The project is one of the measures to make nursing wages possible, Congress approved it in the first semester🇧🇷 The application of the word has been suspended by the Supreme Federal Court (STF), which cited the impact of the salary increase on public spending and the provision of health services.

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Santas Casas resources will arise from transfer balances from the federation received in the health and social assistance funds of the states, the Federal District and municipalities, which can be used until the end of 2023. If the balances are insufficient to pay the entities, the federation may transfer the difference. If there are surplus resources, they can be applied to other hygienic procedures.

The executive authority sets the rules for the payments of the entities. The text specifies transparency in transfers and credits are required to transfer within 30 days, counted from the date parameters are posted.

Entities will receive resources even if they have debts with respect to taxes and contributions, with the exception of social security debts.

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Reporting – Janari Jr
Editing – Marcia Baker

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