PUBLIC MEDICAL SERVICES AND THE HUMAN RIGHT TO HEALTH
ResumenThe health is a human right suscribed in international treaties and national legislations. Health security is by its collective nature, the responsibility of the public health system, is related to the quality of care and the positive balance between its risks and benefits, taking care to reduce the dangers associated. The issue of security is fundamental because its implications for the health and life of the human being. Health care is a social necessity, and because the risks and dangers existing in the hospital environment, it is essential to adopt safety programs, since not doing so puts everyone who participates and makes use of the hospital at risk, as well as to the environment.
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