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Implementation of the External Quality Assessment Program inBrazil

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The External Quality Assessment (EQA) in Brazil is performed by the NationalHealth Ministry for diseases that are under supervision of Public HealthDepartment. In addition to the government program, the Brazilian Society ofClinical Analysis and the Brazilian Society of Medical Pathology are allowed toprovide their programs under the Supervision of National Agency for SanitarySurveillance (ANVISA) that regulates laboratories to perform EQA programs.

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Mentions: Following the regulation of RDC 302 in 2005, quality control programs in Brazilexperienced a significant increase in the number of participants (Figure 1). According to information from CNES– DATASUS, there are about 16,700 clinical analysis laboratories and 5,800pathology/cytology laboratories in the country located mainly in the southeast(38.9%) and northeast (27.3%) regions (6). These numbers include laboratories that are inhospitals, clinics and other health facilities with or without hospitalization.


Implementation of the External Quality Assessment Program inBrazil
Number of active laboratories participating the Program peryear
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f1: Number of active laboratories participating the Program peryear
Mentions: Following the regulation of RDC 302 in 2005, quality control programs in Brazilexperienced a significant increase in the number of participants (Figure 1). According to information from CNES– DATASUS, there are about 16,700 clinical analysis laboratories and 5,800pathology/cytology laboratories in the country located mainly in the southeast(38.9%) and northeast (27.3%) regions (6). These numbers include laboratories that are inhospitals, clinics and other health facilities with or without hospitalization.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

ABSTRACT

The External Quality Assessment (EQA) in Brazil is performed by the NationalHealth Ministry for diseases that are under supervision of Public HealthDepartment. In addition to the government program, the Brazilian Society ofClinical Analysis and the Brazilian Society of Medical Pathology are allowed toprovide their programs under the Supervision of National Agency for SanitarySurveillance (ANVISA) that regulates laboratories to perform EQA programs.

No MeSH data available.