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Cobertura Universal de Salud: Avanzando en la implementacion de la CUS/ Universal Health Coverage: advancing towards the implementation.

Health and Social Development Ministry Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Argentina 1 January 2018 Policy document

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El Gobierno Nacional, a través del Ministerio de Salud de la Nación, estableció como una de sus políticas sustanciales a partir de 2016, avanzar en el camino hacia la Cobertura Universal de Salud (CUS). De acuerdo con su marco normativo, la CUS instruye a todos los Programas nacionales dependientes del Ministerio a colaborar y coordinar su accionar con la implementación y el desarrollo de esta estrategia. Considerando estos aspectos, el presente documento tiene como objetivo plantear los ejes estratégicos para la implementación de la CUS e identificar los aportes y la potencialidad de los Programas SUMAR, REDES, y PROTEGER.

The National Government, through the National Ministry of Health, established as one of its main policies as of 2016, advance on the path towards Universal Health Coverage (CUS). In accordance with the relevant resolutions, the CUS instructs all the National Programs dependent on the Health Ministry to collaborate and coordinate their actions to the implementation and development of this strategy. Considering these aspects, this document has the objective of setting out the strategic axes for the implementation of the CUS and identifying the contributions and definition of role of the SUMAR, NETWORKS, and PROTECT programs.


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