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There is a major overhaul of polyclinics, construction of new hospital buildings, procurement of medical equipment.

The development of healthcare remains the number one priority among the social sectors for the coming years. Told about it Sergei Sobyaninduring the annual report to the deputies of the Moscow City Duma.

“Taking into account the compulsory medical insurance funds in the 2021 budget, healthcare has become the largest city program and will remain so for the coming years. We will continue to implement key projects to improve the quality and availability of modern treatments for cardiovascular and oncological diseases. In particular, patients’ access to modern types of drug and radiation therapy will be expanded, ”the Moscow Mayor said.

The implementation of the new Moscow standard for polyclinics will continue in the capital. Residents of the capital will have the opportunity to have the most demanded specialists within walking distance. The comfort of service in outpatient medical facilities will be increased.

“The first renovated polyclinics will be opened next week after reconstruction and re-equipment. This is a comprehensive reconstruction, in fact, these will be new buildings equipped with all the necessary equipment. The previously planned plans for the construction and reconstruction of buildings of city hospitals, such as the Botkin Hospital, the Loginov Center, St. Vladimir’s Children’s Hospital, the Kommunarka Medical Center, Infectious Diseases Hospital No. 1 and a number of others, will also be implemented, ”Sergei Sobyanin said.

Comfort, manufacturability, accessibility: how the capital’s polyclinics are changing Sergei Sobyanin spoke about the implementation of the program for the reconstruction of the capital’s polyclinics

They will also continue to develop digital services in the healthcare sector.

“As experience is gained, the use of artificial intelligence and computer vision will be expanded for the timely diagnosis of pulmonary pathology and oncological diseases. The standard of doctors’ work will be the use of a clinical decision support system – a digital assistant, thanks to which doctors can more accurately diagnose and prescribe the necessary examinations and medications, ”said Sergei Sobyanin.

New services will appear in the electronic medical record, which is already used by more than one and a half million Muscovites. For example, automatic transmission of patient notifications to the card about the emerging alarm symptoms introduced by medical devices will be implemented.

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It is also planned to maintain and expand the use of telemedicine technologies. Sergei Sobyanin, however, stressed that this will not replace personal consultations with a doctor when conducting diagnostic tests.

The introduction of life cycle contracts with equipment manufacturers made it possible to reduce budget expenditures for the purchase of medical equipment.

“In the next three years, we will carry out a complete re-equipment of city hospitals and clinics with the most modern technology. In total, over six thousand pieces of equipment will be purchased, including dozens of angiographs, several hundred CT and MRI scans, thousands of ultrasound machines, mammographs and other medical and diagnostic equipment. Unlike in previous years, we have completely abandoned the services of distributors and other intermediaries. Equipment is purchased directly from manufacturers under life cycle contracts with a ten-year service guarantee, ”said the Moscow Mayor.

According to Sergei Sobyanin, this made it possible to reduce the initial prices by 44 percent.

In 2021, they plan to purchase new digital medical equipment for hospitals and clinics The volume of life cycle contracts in the healthcare sector exceeded 31 billion rubles

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