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In Yakutia, advocating the development of inpatient medical care in remote areas
Members of the Parliamentary Association "Far East and Transbaikalia" will send an appeal to the State Duma of the Russian Federation concerning the provision of residents of remote regions of the Far North with hospital care.
According to the press service of the State Assembly of Yakutia (Il Tumen), parliamentarians want to make changes to the Federal Law "On the fundamentals of protecting the health of citizens in the Russian Federation". In their opinion, when forming a territorial program of state guarantees for the free provision of medical care, it is necessary to take into account the density and features of population resettlement in the region.
At present, Yakutia, at the expense of the regional budget, is engaged in the maintenance of round-the-clock hospitals to provide medical care in hard-to-reach populated areas. In 152 district hospitals, there are 1148 24-hour beds. These hospitals serve more than 300 thousand people, which is 35% of the population of the republic. As a result, there is a deficit of the program of state guarantees of free medical care in 2014 in the total amount of over 3 billion rubles.
The same situation develops in almost all the subjects of the Far East.