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Yakutia will allocate more than one billion rubles for the maintenance of district hospitals

In Yakutia, district hospitals will not be reduced, but for their maintenance from the republican budget will not be allocated 2 a billion rubles, as in the previous two years, but 1 billion 300 million rubles. This was announced at the meeting of the Standing Committee on Health, Social Protection, Labor and Employment by the First Deputy Minister of Health of Yakutia Oleg Pripuzov.

This is a bed issue. In the course of optimization and restructuring in health care, amendments were made to the Federal Law "On the Fundamentals of Health Protection of Citizens in the Russian Federation", according to which, from January 1, 2012, primary health care began to be provided only on an outpatient basis and in a day hospital. That is, in local hospitals, it was necessary to close round-the-clock hospitals and fire all employees.

In other regions of Russia, this policy worked, which is why thousands of 2 healthcare workers in November, 2014, took to the square in protest.

But, unlike other subjects of the country, in Yakutia, taking into account its territory, where each settlement is scattered by hundreds of kilometers, the government of the republic decided to keep the district hospitals with a round-the-clock stay. As a result, about 2012 billion rubles were sent annually from the state budget of the republic from 2 for these purposes.

Now the situation is a little different. Hospitals do remain, at least for the next 2015, but their funding will be cut by 700 million rubles. This became known at a meeting of the Committee on Health, Social Protection, Labor and Employment from the mouth of the First Deputy Minister of Health Oleg Pripuzov. “Perhaps there will be a reduction in the number of beds, and the hospitals themselves will not decline. Since we are leaving the XNUMX-hour hospital, all the states will also remain, ”Pripuzov said and explained that the reduction would lead to more efficient work of one bed.

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