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Head of Yakutia: NSI is an important tool for improving the quality of life

Head of Yakutia: NSI is an important tool for improving the quality of life
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The head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, said that the National Social Initiative is an important tool for improving the quality of life. The NSI will help achieve national development goals.

Aisen Nikolaev told EastRussia about this following a meeting of the Presidium of the State Council and ASI on social issues. In Yakutia, digitalization projects of the most popular services are presented. Thus, telemedicine is actively developing in the region. Over the past year, more than 20 thousand people received doctor's advice through the "Cloud Polyclinic" application. Yakut specialists are ready to share their experience with other regions.

“The National Social Initiative is an important tool for improving the quality of life. Last year accelerated the processes of reforming the social sphere and showed that in fact, many public services can be provided remotely, without queues and with maximum comfort, ”the head of the republic noted.

In 2024, 95% of mass socially significant services will be available in electronic form in Yakutia. About 92% of the adult population of the republic is registered on the regional portal of public services and the Unified portal of public services. The number of applications registered on the State Services portal increases several times every year.

Following the results of a joint meeting of the Presidium of the State Council and ASI on social policy, Vladimir Putin noted that in 2021 the NSI should be launched nationwide... The project includes education, social services, employment and health care.

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