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Type: Artigo
Title: Development Policy For The Brazilian Health Industry And Qualification Of National Public Laboratories
Author: d'Avila Viana
Ana Luiza; da Silva
Hudson Pacifico; Ibanez
Nelson; Iozzi
Fabiola Lana
Abstract: Technological innovations play a decisive role in societies' development by contributing to economic growth and the population's welfare. The state has a key role in this process by inducing innovative behavior, strategies, and decisions. This study addresses Brazil's current policy for development of the health industry and its effects on qualification of national public laboratories by contextualizing different cycles of interaction between health policy and the industrial base, discussing the government's development strategy and the transfer and absorption of health technology (through Industrial Development Partnerships), and presenting two current partnerships involving public laboratories in the production of medicines and vaccines.
Subject: Innovation And Development Policy
Official Laboratory
Unified Health System
Sustainable Development
Editor: Cadernos Saúde Publica
Rio de Janeiro
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/0102-311X00188814
Date Issue: 2016
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