Hospitals with COVID-19 have already paid more than one billion hryvnia
In a month and a half, the National Health Service paid hospitals more than one billion hryvnia to provide care for patients with COVID-19.
Oksana Movchan, Head of the National Health Service, shared it in a briefing, reports a correspondent for Ukrinform
“The NHA, for these months and a half since the conclusion of the contracts and the approval of the relevant government decree, has paid more than one billion hryvnia to provide assistance to patients with or suspected of having coronavirus,” said Movchan.
She noted that the NHSS makes payments to hospitals, then that the chief medical officer must pay salaries to the doctors and medical staff working in his hospital. According to her, funds are paid for emergency medical care, mobile team services and hospital treatment.
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As Ukrinform reported, on April 1, Ukraine began the second stage of medical reform. They stipulate that health care facilities providing specialized (city, district hospitals) and highly specialized (hospitals and regional hospitals) medical care will receive funding under an agreement with the NHA.
As of June 19, 34,984 cases of COVID-19 had been laboratory confirmed in Ukraine, 921 new cases per day.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru