Implementation of the More Doctors Program in Esp írito Santo State, Brazil: logic model and proposed indicators.
[Implementation of the More Doctors Program in Espírito Santo State, Brazil: logic model and proposed indicators]. Cad Saude Publica. 2020;36(5):e00043219 Authors: Emerich TB, Cavaca AG, Santos Neto ETD, Oliveira AE, Siqueira CE Abstract The study aimed to assess the implementation of the More Doctors Program (PMM in Portuguese) based on a case study of the Espírito Santo State, Brazil. The first stage involved analyzing the documents that launched the PMM, allowing the creation of a logic model. In the second stage, data on the PMM in Espírito Santo State were analyzed (2013-2016) based on population brackets, creating indicators for the proportion of physicians before and after the Program with the following parameters: unacceptable (0 to 0.99 physicians/1,000 inhabitants); acceptable (1 to 1.99); and desirable (2.0 or more). Data were analyzed with the Wilcoxon and Kruskal-Wallis non-parametric tests. The model included the size, inputs, activities, outputs, results, and impact of the PMM, orienting analysis of the Program's implementation. Of all the physicians in the emergency supply to Espírito Santo State (432), the majority (63.8%) were cooperative exchange physicians (Cubans), while 31.2% were regional board-accredited Brazilians. The Brazilian and individual exchange physicians were allocated mainly in medium and large municipalities, while the Cubans were distributed more heterogeneously in municipalities of all pop...
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