In Ukraine launched the second wave of signing contracts with medical institutions

В Украине стартовала вторая волна подписания договоров с медучреждениями

NCSU, launched the second wave of the signing of contracts with medical establishments

The national health service of Ukraine announced the second wave of signing contracts with institutions of primary medical care for the transition to a new funding mechanism in the framework of health reform.

The national health service of Ukraine announced the launch of the second wave of signing contracts with medical institutions providing primary care. On Wednesday, July 25, the press service of the Ministry of health.

Medical facilities must submit all required documents electronically by August 3. A list of institutions which will receive state funding according to the principle “money follow the patient”, will be released on August 15.

MoH also reports that 160 municipal and private medical institutions that have signed the contract earlier in July, has already received funding in accordance with the number of signatories of the Declaration of patients and also for patients who reside in the service area of the institution, but have not yet signed the Declaration. Total budget funding amounted to 253.7 million hryvnia. The money was distributed among the primary health care institutions in 21 regions of Ukraine.

Under the new rules, before the end of the year, such contract must be signed by all health facilities providing primary care. From 2019 they will receive payment for services only under contracts with NCSU.

Earlier, the Ministry of health has approved the procedure for the selection of a physician providing primary medical care.

It was also reported that after the introduction of medical reform, the monitoring of pregnancy and childbirth will remain free for the patient services. Before that, the Ministry of health cancelled the coupons, reporting on clinical examination and compulsory medical card for admission to school.

 

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