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IJERPH, Vol. 16, Pages 3012: Government Initiative in Brazilian Public Health: A Technology Transfer Analysis (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health)
 




The objective of this research is to analyze the transfer of technology developed by the commercial and industrial compensation policy of the initiative of the Plan of Expansion of Radiotherapy of the Ministry of Health. The data of the organization subsidized by the Plan of Expansion of Radiotherapy were obtained through research documentary, interviews with professionals and participant observation. The methodological strategy consisted of a case study supported by a cross-sectional study, the internal environment was analyzed with variables found in the literature, allowing its comprehension in a certain hospital situation. The results revealed that the initiatives of introduction of radiotherapy equipment by the Expansion Plan suffered numerous confrontations within the contextual and organizational circumstances that affected its development and effectiveness. Given the struggles of the Expansion Plan at the tactical and operational levels of decision-making, there are challenges that require responses from organizations involved in the process to implement the trade agreement established by the compensation policy, with the initial stage being highlighted as a technology transfer process. Due to management skills and expertise, it gives you the paradigm status to be followed based on the relevant dimensions and indicators of the technology transfer analysis.


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