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Telemedicine projects intend to develop in the Far East
As part of the WEF-2019, the Far Eastern High Technology Fund and Mobile Medical Technologies signed a memorandum of intent with respect to increasing the availability of medical services for the population. The parties plan to create an ecosystem of health care, allowing to provide medical care in remote regions.
According to the Fund’s press service, 50 telemedicine facilities will be installed in remote areas of the Far East. They will allow you to get the necessary online advice from doctors on duty and narrow specialists of medical institutions, including Moscow and St. Petersburg. Using the “Online Doctor” system, patients will be able to remotely take a referral to a laboratory, receive an in-person appointment, or even organize a medical consultation.
According to MMT, about 80% of calls to its online service come from the regions of the Russian Federation and most of the issues are resolved remotely. The introduction of the system in the Far East will eliminate the medical inequality, namely the inaccessibility of modern highly qualified medical consultations.