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Eighty percent of Brazilian population is assisted by the public health system (SUS), while the rest uses private health insurance. The existing number of beds do not meet the entire demand and Brazilian government has made efforts to improve the system. The Health Ministry has analyzed a new proposal for planning the bed capacity. This proposal uses a queuing model and a new categorization of hospitalization and beds, taking into account specialties, age of the patients, and appropriatedoi:10.1109/wsc.2014.7019984 dblp:conf/wsc/PintoPCR14 fatcat:72zpl3trgjafppmb4esturkuh4