In Kurgan, certificates for children in the pool became paid

In Kurgan, parents are unhappy that certificates for children in the pool have become paid. A mother of many children complained about this to URA.RU, who asked not to give her last name. “I have three children, I take them to the pool to improve their health. Now I have to pay for the certificate for everyone. There is nothing more to profit from, except for the health of children, ”resident of Kurgan was indignant. The chief doctor of the children's clinic, Eduard Weber, explained to URA.RU that the fee is not taken for reference, but for one of the tests included in the examination. “An analysis of enterobiosis is not part of the state guarantee program, so we charge a fee to compensate for the cost of reagents,” Weber explained. According to the head physician, the cost of the analysis is about 160 rubles. . (tagsToTranslate) DoctorDocker (t) news Continue Reading


As in the US, medical expenses are paid by foreigners without insurance

Last week, TUT.BY published a story about a Belarusian who was involved in an accident in the United States and did not have insurance. He underwent several surgeries, the boy spent a month in a coma. Hospital bills are likely to pay. But, according to relatives, the young man will need a long rehabilitation, which can cost a lot of money. Now they are raising funds for it. Yuras Zyankovich, a Belarusian politician and public figure who lives in the United States, a lawyer in the state of New York, explained what Belarusians in the United States should do if they are out of insurance and need help from doctors. He told why you should not be afraid of large bills from the American hospital and how to recover the costs of the hospital without the participation of the victim. one If you have ended the insurance, and you got Continue Reading


Kudrin proposes more active transition to paid healthcare

The Kudrin Center for Strategic Research stated the need for growth in health care spending from 3.2% to 5% of Russia's GDP. However, simply increasing government funding for health care by 1.8 times by 2024 would not be enough. It is necessary to build an official system of co-financing. If the co-financing system is not formally built, it will remain "in the shadow", since it is already necessary to pay for medical care, including for formally free services, they warn the CSR. “The growing need for medical care together with the rise in price of new medical technologies will require an increase in government spending on health care by at least 1.8% of GDP (from 3.2% in 2016 to 5% in 2035),” leads RIA News ”the text of the report“ Health care: the necessary answers to the challenges of the time ”. But this is not enough, the report indicates. Continue Reading


A quarter of the doctors admitted that they are being forced to impose paid services on patients

A quarter of state hospital doctors interviewed by ONF received orders from the management to offer patients paid medical services. Reports about it RBC. 19.8% of respondents answered in the affirmative to the question “Do you know cases of imposing additional paid medical services on patients?” As explained in the ONF, the question concerned situations when paid free medical tests, research, etc. were imposed on the patient when receiving free medical care. In reality, the number of doctors who are required to offer paid medical services is likely to be higher, said Andrei Konoval, co-chair of the health workers trade union “Action”. “This is a very common phenomenon associated with a lack of funding. The reason is the need to fulfill the May presidential decrees on the salaries of doctors by all means. In addition to salaries, hospitals must spend money on drugs and equipment, ”explained Konoval. The fact that Continue Reading