The Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation proposed to save Russians from the need to carry compulsory medical insurance policies with them to hospitals and clinics. This was reported in the press service of the department. To introduce innovations, it is necessary to make changes to the rules of compulsory medical insurance. The corresponding draft order has already been posted. on the portal of projects of normative legal acts.
“Thanks to the proposed changes to the rules of compulsory health insurance, the life of patients can be greatly simplified. To visit a polyclinic or hospital, you will no longer need to carry a CHI policy with you. It is enough just to know its number or print a barcode from the State Services portal“, – stated in the message.
As emphasized in the press service of the department, innovations will help citizens save time and nerves. In this case, the electronic policy can always be printed if desired. And the policies that were received earlier will continue to be valid until they are replaced.
Earlier, Life wrote about what tests can be taken for free under the CHI policy. The first group includes the analysis of feces for the presence of blood, parasites and pathological changes in the gastrointestinal tract. Also in this list are sputum and synovial fluid tests, a smear from the urethra and the diagnosis of prostate secretion. Clinical studies include blood and urine tests. Hospitals can find out, for example, the level of hemoglobin in plasma, platelets and red blood cell granularity.