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Spending on the modernization of medicine will grow in Russia

Spending on the modernization of medicine will grow in Russia
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Federal authorities in 2020-2024 years will increase funding for the modernization of primary health care. Money will be sent to the regions.

“To finance measures for the modernization of primary care for three years, starting with 2020, 150 billion rubles of additional funds are provided - at 50 billion per year. I will add that this amount is so far assessed as sufficient for the initial period of modernization in the second half of the 2020 year, ”President Vladimir Putin said at a meeting of the State Council Presidium.

According to him, the volume of appropriations may change. This will happen after an examination of regional programs for the modernization of primary health care.

According to Finance Minister Anton Siluanov, over five years, additional budget expenditures will amount to about 550 billion rubles. With this money, feldsher-midwife centers, clinics, and regional hospitals are modernized. On average, 90% of the funding will be allocated from the federal treasury, with 10% the regions will give.

Earlier, Vladimir Putin instructed the government to establish monthly additional payments primary health care providers. Also, on his behalf, an additional increasing coefficient should appear for lump-sum compensation payments to health workers.