Brazilian right to health in digital revolution

In Brazil, the right to health, a fundamental right of all and duty of the State, can be accomplished through both public and private means. The Brazilian Unified Health System (SUS) is the public structure responsible for realizing this right, serving about 75% of the population. It is a complex, decentralized and hierarchized system, with its own principles and guidelines.The objective of the lecture is to approach to what extent SUS has incorporated technological mechanisms into its services and actions for health promotion, protection and recovery. Topics such as TeleSUS, an ecosystem created to inform, track, and monitor patients with Covid-19; use of telemedicine; adequacy of the National Health Data Network (RNDS) to the recent general data protection law (LGPD); among other topics, will be addressed.