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13 April 2021, 12:30

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Now data on the child’s illness will be automatically transferred to the electronic journal.

It is no longer necessary to bring a paper certificate to school or kindergarten after an illness. It is issued in electronic form and will be available online for both doctors and medical workers in educational institutions in the “UMIAS.Shkola” system. Sergei Sobyanin said this in social networks “VKontakte”.


Teachers will now be able to see in the electronic journal “MESh” information about the period of the child’s release from classes, including the release from physical education.

“The period of the pandemic has shown and once again proved that a single information system for all departments is necessary for well-coordinated work and prompt response. In fact, we have created a unified digital environment for the Moscow social development complex. Now we plan to apply this principle in our current activities. On behalf of the Mayor of Moscow, we have integrated a single digital healthcare platform with the Moscow Electronic School. The synergy of these two large-scale projects will make the exchange of information between employees of educational and medical institutions, students and their parents as convenient and simple as possible, and will save Muscovites and city polyclinics from issuing about 2.5 million certificates that are issued annually by the capital’s polyclinics for children’s illness, ”she said. Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development.

Previously, parents had to inform class teachers or school administrators about their child’s absence from class in person or through an electronic diary. Now this information will be transferred to the electronic journal “MESH” automatically. Classroom teachers and physical education teachers will have access to data on the recommended period of the child’s release from physical education.

Also, parents of school students and pupils of preschool groups of educational organizations subordinated to the Department of Education and Science of the city of Moscow have the opportunity to issue medical certificates of temporary disability of a child due to illness in electronic form. Besides the obvious time savings, the electronic format has other advantages. For example, such a certificate will not deteriorate or be lost. And the doctor will be able to view the entire history of previously issued patient certificates in electronic medical recordsince they are stored centrally. At the same time, traditional paper certificates will also continue to exist, but the time required for their issuance will be significantly reduced.

In the field of general education, a project is being implemented “Moscow Electronic School” (“MES”)… It covers all schools in the capital. Its task is to form a modern high-tech educational environment in the city. This is a project for all participants in the education system – from teachers to students and their parents, accessible to any user from anywhere in the world from any device and at any time. Today, more than 2.7 million users are registered in the MES services, including more than 57.5 thousand employees of educational institutions, over 1.1 million school and college students and more than 1.6 million parents of children attending preschool institutions, schools, colleges. The main services implemented within the framework of the MES project include an electronic journal, an electronic diary, the MES library, and the Moskvenok service, which is used to control the entrance to an educational institution, as well as to pay for meals.

The unified medical platform of Moscow healthcare provides personalized management of each patient at all stages of treatment. All patient data are accumulated in a single digital environment and are available online to all participants in the process.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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