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"May" presidential decree on the salaries of health workers failed almost 60% of regions

"May" presidential decree on the salaries of health workers failed almost 60% of regions
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More than half of the Russian regions did not fulfill the “May” decree of Russian President Vladimir Putin in terms of raising the average salary for employees of medical institutions of the middle and junior level. About it сообщает the press service of the department.

"In 50 of 85 subjects, the fulfillment of Presidential Decree No. 597 in terms of increasing the average salary of middle and junior medical personnel is not ensured," the report says. It is also noted that a number of regions did not reach the required indicators on the coverage of the population with medical examinations in order to detect HIV infection and tuberculosis, as well as on the level of awareness of citizens.

In general, the Accounts Chamber recorded a low level of budget execution in the Ministry of Health (68,9%), Rospotrebnadzor (39,9%) and FMBA - 32,4%. The exception was Roszdravnadzor. “The low percentage of disbursement of funds indicates a systemic flaw in planning expenditures and insufficient control over the implementation of the FAIP. As a result, there are risks of unjustified diversion of funds from the federal budget and delaying the delivery of facilities, ”noted the auditor of the Accounts Chamber Mikhail Men.