IMSS Bienestar asks opposition states to classify health sector workers – El Sol de México

IMSS-Wellbeing launched a call to the state governments which are headed by leaders of opposition for base to the workers of the health sector in their respective entities.

The petition focused on the governments of Coahuila and Durango, governed by the PRI; to Jalisco, headed by Citizen movement; and to the entities of Yucatán, Guanajuato, Aguascalientes, Chihuahua and Querétaro, governed by the BREAD.

According to the federal agency, between 2020 and 2023, there was the Budget Program E023, in which federal resources were allocated to the defunct Health Institute for Wellbeing (Insabi). With this financing, state governments were able to hire human resources to serve the health sectormainly in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.

However, IMSS-Wellbeing pointed out that the subsidies federal No HE assigned to the state who did not join the process of federalization of the Insabi.

“As has been public and notorious, the states that did not join the IMSS-Wellbeing they decided do not participate of this process of basification and they learned in a timely manner of the impossibility of continuing to receive federal support in terms of human resources, infrastructure, medicines and medical equipment,” the agency stated in a statement.

Despite this, IMSS-Wellbeing He stated that he made the decision to continue support to the personnel who work in the units operated by the governments of those eight states, with the purpose of hire to the all workers during the second quarter of the year.

The agency specified that in the 23 states that did join the federalization of the then Insabi, 25,492 health sector workers have already been based until 2023. But for this year, there is the goal of base to a total of 71 thousand 944 workers.

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