The Maricá State Health Foundation (Femar) officially began its work on Monday (05/02), with the first meeting of the Board of Trustees, the deliberative body responsible for overseeing the performance of the Foundation’s management. On this occasion, the internal regulations governing the work of Weimar were approved. The names of the members were published in Marica’s Official Gazette last Friday (29/04).
The Board of Trustees represents the Municipal Health Department through its natural member and representative of the Technical Department. from the government; Institute of Science, Technology and Innovation (ICTIM); In addition to the representative of the user segment in the Municipal Health Council in Marica. The advisors are responsible for analyzing and approving the plans and projects proposed by the Directorate General, as well as overseeing their implementation, Health Minister Solange Oliveira explained.
“All important decisions regarding the direction of Weimar pass through the body. It is the highest administrative body of the institution. Therefore, in the construction, we were interested in being the most representative council, including mainly social control, through representatives of the user sector of the Marica Municipal Health Council. The secretary explained.
Chancellor Ana Maria Quintanilla, who represents the user segment of the Marica Municipal Health Council, attended the first meeting accompanied by her replacement, also Chancellor Denis Marchon. Anna Maria spoke about the responsibility of overseeing Operation Weimar.
“I found the first meeting where we discussed Weimar’s work to be very fruitful. We are really rooting for it to make it all go well, because the population will benefit from that. It is our responsibility precisely to see that everything is working satisfactorily and we will act in that sense, watching for solutions.” We propose and demand it.”
ICTIM CEO, Celso Pansera, representing the institute on the Board of Trustees, spoke about the challenges facing public health management.
“Health is one of the most important areas of the public service. During the pandemic, the need for management and agility for the sector is becoming more apparent. The creation of Femar is a smart response by the Municipality of Marica to address these two issues: managing public health with quality and agility,” he said.
The Foundation will accelerate public health policies in Marica
State institutions, accredited in many Brazilian cities and states, are a tool that favors the modernization of management and the acceleration of response to health demands. Femar’s creation seeks this scenario, as these institutions have financial and administrative independence, giving flexibility in hiring and acquisitions, and favoring the creation and expansion of health services. In addition, state institutions comply with the principles of public service, such as tendering, accountability, submission to oversight bodies, and public tenders, while maintaining compliance with the principles of legality, impersonality, morality, publicity and efficiency.
The General Manager of the Weimar Foundation, Marcelo Rosa, spoke about the foundation’s expectations and next steps.
“We are effectively starting our activities, starting with the structuring of Femar, and then moving forward with the bureaucratic processes to take over the first management contract. I announce that expectations are very positive that we will give the expected response to the city’s health policies in line with the Department of Health.
Administered by a collegiate body consisting of an executive board, Weimar has public councils; Financial; Administrative; Labor management and institutional development; Teaching, knowledge production, technologies and healthcare.
The Directorate of Labor Administration and Institutional Development is designed to invest in the training of Femar employees to encourage their training and improvement.
On the other hand, the Directorate of Teaching, Knowledge Production and Technologies anticipates major innovative partnerships, passing in the field of information technology, research projects, internships and medical and interdisciplinary residency programs, in addition to the production of new technologies, such as the non-surgical ventilator.Invasive technology developed in a hospital Municipality of Ernesto Che Guevara in partnership with the Institute of Science, Technology and Innovation (ICTIM).
The Health Care Directorate is able to accommodate the services of the health care network in Marica, with the exception of those who have inspection and police powers, as in the case of health surveillance. Services will be gradually absorbed through management contracts between the Municipal Health Service and Weimar.
“It is with great pleasure that we leave this legacy to Marica Health Network as an alternative to public administration that saves the principles of public service, with the appreciation of the specialist in public tenders, job plan, jobs, and salaries, and also, to save the scientific path in investing in teaching and research,” concluded Solange Oliveira .