Issue № 25 | 2016 (3)
In his address to the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation on 3 December 2015, the President of Russia specified the directions of the development of health care and mandatory health insurance. They included the end of the transition to the insurance principles of payment for health care services, and improved financial support of high-tech medical care in leading federal medical organizations. It was also underlined that the most complicated and expensive high-tech services conducted by health care institutions of federal executive authorities should be a separate expenditure item in the system of mandatory health insurance. In the light of these considerations, it seems practical to trace the development of high-tech medical care in the last 20 years, and to define possible limitations and prospects of its full transition to insurance principles of payment in the system of mandatory health insurance. The results of the study are discussed in this paper.
high-tech medical care, mandatory health insurance.
Obukhova O. V., Brutova A. S., Bazarova I. N., Artamonova E. N. Experience, Results and Prospects of the Transition to Insurance Principles of Payment for High-Tech Medical Care. Medical Technologies. Assessment and Choice. 2016; 3(25): 34–41.