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Expectant mothers will be saved from bureaucracy with patrimonial certificates

Expectant mothers will be saved from bureaucracy with patrimonial certificates
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A pilot project to launch electronic birth certificates is starting in Russia. It will save future mothers from the need to provide a paper document to all medical organizations related to pregnancy, childbirth and the health of the newborn.

According to the press service of the Federal Ministry of Labor, the electronic certificate will completely exclude the participation of women from the process of transmitting information. The female consultation itself will report the necessary information to the FSS on registration and observation of the expectant mother, then the maternity hospital will transmit data on past births, and the children's clinic will report on the registration of the baby.

Now, at each of these stages, a woman has to independently provide a certificate. In 2020, the pilot project will operate only in several regions of the Russian Federation, and then spread throughout the country.
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