Concepção dos gestores municipais de saúde em relação ao acolhimento com avaliação de risco: limites e possibilidades
Sudré, Graciano Almeida
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This is a qualitative study aimed to evaluate the limits and possibilities for implementation of user embracement and risk assessment. In particular, from the perspective of local health managers of San Carlos, a town in the state of São Paulo. To collect the data, some semi-structured interviews were conducted with managers of the municipal health system: 61.53% graduated in nursing, 15.38% in medicine, 7.69% in dentistry; 7.69% in management and production engineering. The data were analyzed through thematic analysis. For this research, after collecting and analyzing data, six categories emerged from the analysis: (1) user embracement by organizing the service, (2) undesirable reality or constructed intentionally, (3) something intended but not accomplished, (4) A dream under construction, (5) learning to learn in daily service, (6) speaking the same language. From this definition, the study pointed out that there are different conceptions of user embracement , due to the approach assumed by each manager as suitable. There are also disparities in taking user embracement and under risk assessment as a procedure, possibly as a result of intricate political actions on health. To implement user embracement and risk assessment, it was possible to perceive the existence of limits and possibilities, with regards to organization of the service, local reality, care approaches, quality of assistance, permanent and continuing education as well as networking.