Tag Archive: radiological

Importance of TISS Standard for Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging Clinics

The Supplementary Health Information Exchange (TISS) Standard of the National Supplementary Health Agency (ANS) has completed more than ten years, but it is worth recalling some very important points, which many operators have not followed, but which are fundamental to the clinics. In the early versions of TISS standards 1.0 and 2.0, the […]

Cade Decisions Against Medical Entities

On March 1, the portal ConJur - Consultório Jurídico (www.conjur.com.br) published a report informing that entities involved in a scheme to establish the value of medical consultations, in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, had been convicted of the practice. by the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (Cade). The exchange of information between […]

AMB issues note on statement attributed to the Minister of Health

This Monday, April 10, 2017, the Brazilian Medical Association (AMB) issued a note on statement attributed to the Minister of Health, Ricardo Barros, in Cambridge, United States. Check out the full note below: “Government once again misses the topic of further examinations. Accurate diagnosis is a fundamental condition for treating patients. Exams do […]

Examination in smaller patients

Check out an article signed by Dr. Alan Skorkowski, CBR's legal counsel, about the age rating for exams and the need for companions. Initially, it should be clarified that the Brazilian Civil Code, as regards the ability to practice acts of civil life in relation to […]

Meet the new coordinators of the CBR Commissions

With the inauguration of the new board, the Brazilian College of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging (CBR) also gains new coordinators for its Commissions - in some cases, the professional is retained and renews his commitment to the group. The members who took over this year will be responsible for managing 2017 and 2018. Meet the professionals […]

To carry or to take?

There are rejections to the use of porting, which is appropriate to know. Portar is a gallicism in the sense of carrying, bringing with it (L. Victoria, Dictionary of Difficulties, Errors and Definitions of Portuguese, 1956). Instead of “Carrying his documents in his pocket,” it would be more accurate to say: He had his documents in his pocket. The verb portar, in the sense of […]