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December 28, 2021 10:27 pm

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Photo by M. Mishin. Press Service of the Mayor and the Moscow Government

Experts completely renovate the buildings – from the basement to the roof. In addition, they make comfortable places for rest and waiting for a doctor’s appointment, install modern medical equipment.

By the end of 2023, all 200 polyclinics will be reconstructed in the capital, which were included in a large-scale program for modernizing primary health care. Told about it Sergei Sobyaninlive on TV Center.

“Basements, communications, roofing, windows, the layout of the building – everything is new, the equipment is the latest, which is only available. But the recruitment of specialists is also very important, of course. What complaints were there against the clinics? What is missing a cardiologist, surgeon, urologist. Now the standard is compulsory – these are eight doctors who are most in demand in the first link of the polyclinic, in the branch, and another four or five really narrow specialties are already in the central polyclinic, “said the Moscow Mayor.

Also, other clinics that were not included in the modernization program will lead to Moscow standard… It involves the creation of a new comfortable environment for both patients and staff.

In institutions, modern equipment is installed, offices and other premises are conveniently located (doctors in demand on the first floor, administrative staff on the last), places for rest and waiting for a doctor’s appointment, play areas for children are equipped. Territories are being landscaped next to polyclinics, benches, bins and navigation steles are installed, parking spaces for bicycles and scooters are made.

About 50 polyclinics are expected to be reconstructed next year

Along with this, the capital’s healthcare is developing digital services… For example, Muscovites have access to an electronic medical record, electronic prescriptions and chat bots that collect health complaints before going to the doctor. Doctors use computer vision technologies to analyze pictures and images, and a medical decision support system helps to make diagnoses.

“Now we are developing, together with the Russian Government, a draft law on the electronic delivery of prescription drugs. This is the next step – and so on. This is a huge information machine that takes our healthcare to a new level, to the next step, ”added Sergei Sobyanin.

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