We don’t leave our own! Golodets experience in optimizing medicine is useful in Sberbank

Olga Golodets was appointed to the post of Deputy Chairman of the Board of Sberbank. She will oversee the medical field in the bank, in the ecosystem and digital GR. MOSCOW, February 11. / TASS /. Former Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets confirmed that the Supervisory Board of Sberbank approved her candidacy for the post of Deputy Chairman of the Board of the credit organization. She informed TASS about this. “The Supervisory Board of Sberbank approved my appointment,” she said in an interview with TASS. In turn, the head of the bank German Gref noted that the appointment of Golodets to Sberbank should be approved by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation. Gref also said that Golodets will oversee the medical direction at the bank. "We decided to create a medical platform. She (Golodets) will oversee the medical direction in the bank, in the ecosystem and digital GR," he Continue Reading


A large-scale action against the collapse of medicine took place in Russia: there are detainees

On Saturday, an action was taken in different cities of Russia against the collapse of medicine and poor-quality medical care. This was reported on Twitter by the inter-regional union of medical workers "Alliance of Doctors." In Moscow, patients and doctors went to the building of the Ministry of Health on Neglinnaya Street. They demanded to stop optimization in medical institutions and to return to the workplace dismissed doctors. Doctors [email protected] Thank you all, you are heroes! Dozens of cities, hundreds or even thousands of people today came out with demands to give decent medicine to all Russians. #We want live <a href = "https://twitter.com/alyansvrachey/status/1200764545301712896/ photo / 1 "rel =" nofollow "><a href = "https://twitter.com/alyansvrachey/status/1200764545301712896/ photo / 1 "rel =" nofollow "> 84 <a href = "https://twitter.com/alyansvrachey/status/1200710655860449280/ photo / 1 "rel =" nofollow "> thirty <a href = "


Doctor: free medicine – a bear service for the patient and a noose for the doctor

Mikhail Kondratiev is a pediatrician. During his studies, he worked as a paramedic in an ambulance, as a nurse in a hospital ward, and after university, as a doctor in the emergency room of a children's infectious diseases hospital. He does not work more in medicine: after practicing, the hospital did not renew his contract because of a complaint and related proceedings. In fairness, I must admit: our medicine is indeed one of the most affordable in the world. But everyone became hostages of this achievement: both doctors and patients. Health workers are pulling the burden of several rates, processing, night shifts – medicine in our country has long been a feat. On the other hand, patients, abusing the accessibility and free medical care, for the most part transferred the responsibility for their health and the health of their children to the shoulders of doctors. I saw the situation from Continue Reading


To the therapist – in two weeks: how medicine does NOT work in Crimea

As in all Russian regions, the state of medical care on the peninsula is deplorable Crimean journalist Viktor Yaduha shared his observations on the situation in the field of Crimean healthcare. We will say right away that the information will be useful for everyone who is going to go to Crimea on vacation, because the state of health and the availability of doctors can play a cruel joke with any tourist (if you cannot be treated at the expense of Russian medical insurance policies). Or – it will require additional costs for private medicine. So… “I go to doctors in Sevastopol. The nearest appointment with the therapist in the 4th clinic is in two weeks. Not to a specialist, but to the most ordinary therapist. Clinic at the 1st city hospital, evening, eight people in the corridor are waiting for a neurosurgeon. A nurse comes out of the office and Continue Reading


The Russian government will increase spending on medicine

The future of healthcare in the Russian regions was discussed with the president. An expanded meeting of the Presidium of the State Council, chaired by Vladimir Putin, took place in Svetlogorsk, Kaliningrad Region. The head of state noted that since 2014, the average life expectancy in Russia has increased by more than 2.5 years – up to 73 and a half years. This is one of the main indicators of changes in the healthcare system. At the same time, the population still has a lot of questions about the work of primary care. In the next three years, additional funds will be allocated to finance clinics, district hospitals and rural outpatient clinics. Vladimir Putin – President of the Russian Federation: “150 billion rubles have been allocated for financing funds for the modernization of primary care for three years, starting in 2020. Additional funds at 50 billion per year. I will Continue Reading


The Medvedev government has recognized a complete failure in medicine

Reform of health care has led to such results that it is already impossible to hide anything. Press Secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov He called the Russian healthcare system incapable of self-renewal and independent maintenance of the necessary level of its activity. Since in 10 years medicine in the country did not achieve proper results, then, probably, the system was not so debugged, he noted. The problem, he said, is not only material security. For doctors to use modern equipment that they have purchased, they still need to be prepared. The difficulty is that the doctors do not want to go to work in the countryside or in remote regions. At the same time, Peskov noted that until 2008, according to the results of the national project, a breakthrough was made in medicine, the initial link. Earlier, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Tatyana Golikova, who oversees Continue Reading


Migrants will help solve the personnel issue in medicine

Close vacancies for psychiatrists, oncologists and emergency doctors will help attract foreigners, according to the Ministry of Labor. The staffing potential of Russian doctors can cover the country's need for doctors by only 4%. This follows from the data of the Ministry of Labor and the Ministry of Health. About 1 thousand doctors are registered at labor exchanges, while the need for specialists is many times greater: the deficit of oncologists alone is 4 thousand people. To solve the problem, the agencies are ready to attract foreign labor – doctors from abroad are planning to issue Russian passports in a simplified manner. Replacing vacant places with migrants will help at least temporarily resolve the current situation, experts surveyed by Izvestia say. In Russia, there are acute shortages of oncologists, psychiatrists, orthopedists, oculists, neurologists, and many other doctors. According to the Ministry of Health, only polyclinics are deficient in more than Continue Reading


Decomposition of medicine: bureaucrats become millionaires, doctors become poor

Catastrophic processes take place in Russian medicine, which in the end will completely destroy it. The class stratification of nomenclature and plebs in science, education and medicine began not 5, but 15-20 years ago. In the 90s, the directors of research institutes and university rectors realized that they were landlords of profitable real estate and their incomes no longer depended on their main activity. In the zero years, they learned to earn money on paid expert examinations of the world pharmacy and protect the “commercial segment”. Nowadays, they have known the joy of distribution and state security, which began to be distributed in the right hands. As a result, they became at the same income level with top officials and middle-class businessmen. But unlike them, they also gained administrative and political weight. The catastrophic events taking place recently on the medical front, according to the Moscow blogger Gleb Kuznetsov, serves Continue Reading


Personal experience: how in Moscow they kill free medicine

Despite all the victorious reports of the Moscow authorities that any Muscovite can be quickly checked by an oncologist, this can be done with great difficulty Trueadviser writes in his blog about the catastrophic level that healthcare has fallen in the Russian capital. The blogger said what a terrible problem turned out to be an ordinary check-up by an oncologist of moles on the skin to detect melanoma. Firstly, it turned out that it is impossible to make an appointment with a specialist in a district clinic, first you need to go to a dermatologist who decides whether to send him a patient further. Moreover, the Sobyaninsky media loudly sings that any Muscovite can easily turn to an oncologist about moles as well. It's a lie. Secondly, dermatologists accept only dermatovenerological dispensaries and you can only sign up for them in a week. Moreover, if at the reception he cannot Continue Reading


Who is killing medicine?

Profit at all costs! Vladimir Putin recently, a little over a week ago, spoke about the state of affairs in our healthcare. And if you remember, he did not say anything good about this. The primary link was especially given, the position in which was recognized, to put it mildly, unsatisfactory. In my article on VO, I already tried to quickly analyze the situation, and you can familiarize yourself with some conclusions. But, as it turned out, a deeper study of the issue reveals to us the real abysses of "common sense" and managerial "genius". What are we going to talk about today … As usual, a look at the problem from the inside, although not without some subjectivity, nevertheless reflects its distinctive features much more accurately and more fully. And often it allows you to see at all that which, unfortunately, is almost indistinguishable from the outside. And it Continue Reading