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Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova has asked Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev to remind the regions of their responsibility for the conduct of medical examination, reports “Interfax”.
According to the Agency, Golikova spoke about the problems related to conducting the clinical examination in the country. According to her, Orenburg region, city of Sevastopol and the Chukotka Autonomous district has still not approved the lists of medical associations on the basis of which will be clinical examination.
In addition, Golikova noted that in 16 regions of the search of list of medical organizations is difficult, and only in 14 regions of the graphs passing the examination in the evening on Saturday managed to approve.
“In some regions we see a formal approach to organization of this process”, she concluded.
In this regard, the Deputy Prime Minister appealed to Medvedev with a request to remind the regional “about their responsibility for organising this work.” Medvedev, in turn, has declared readiness to sign the necessary order and bring it to the attention of all senior officials in the regions of Russia.
According to the expectations Golikova, medical examinations and vocational examinations this year must pass the 62 million Russians.
May 6, came into force a law according to which Russians over the age of 40 will undergo a medical examination every year. The package of services will include screenings for early detection of cancer. Citizens under the age of 39 years will continue to undergo medical examination once in three years.
In Russia to 2024 will be implemented the national project “Health”, which in total is planned to spend more than 1.7 trillion rubles. The project, in particular, involves efforts to reduce mortality from cardiovascular disease and re-equipping with modern medical equipment 140 vascular centers and primary vascular 469 offices. Another aim of the project is to increase average life expectancy to 78 years. The curator of the national project is assigned to Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova, the head — Minister of health Veronika Skvortsova.
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