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Ministerio De Salud Resolucion Numero: 4288 DE 1996 - Del Plan De Atencion Basica (Ministry of Health, resolution number: 4288 DE 1996 - Basic Care Plan )

El Congreso De La Republic De Colombia Country Resources General Health Legislation Colombia 31 December 1996 Legislation/regulation health insurance, health service, social security

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El PAB es un conjunto de actividades, intervenciones y procedimientos, de promoción de la salud, prevención de la enfermedad, vigilancia en salud pública y control de factores de riesgo dirigidos a la colectividad.

PAB es gratuito, financiado con recursos
públicos. Sus acciones no están sujetas a periodos mínimos de cotización, copagos,
cuotas moderadoras o cuotas de recuperación.

El Plan de Atención Básica - PAB - es dirigido y administrado por el Estado.

El Estado garantiza la prestación de las acciones de PAB a toda la
población como un derecho

The PAB is a set of activities, interventions and procedures, health promotion, prevention of
disease, public health surveillance and control of risk factors led to the collectivity.

The Basic Health Plan - PAB - is free, financed by the
public. Their actions are not subject to minimum contribution periods, copayments,
prorated fees or recovery fees.

The Basic Health Plan - PAB - is managed and administered by the State.

The State guarantees the delivery of the shares of PAB to the entire
population as a right.

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