The National Health Service has allocated more than 95 million euros to help patients with COVID-19
The NHA has signed agreements with 25 emergency medical centers to provide assistance to patients with coronavirus and has already paid 95 million UAH to 18 emergency medical centers.
This is stated in the National Health Service press release, which is available to Ukrinform.
<< The NHA has signed agreements with 25 emergency medical centers for the care of patients with coronavirus and has already paid 95,460,246 UAH to 18 emergency medical centers. As of 2 p.m. on May 14, 543 institutions had submitted 666 proposals for 4 packages, which include the provision of screening, emergency care and hospitalization services for patients with COVID-19. 70 contracts have already been signed, "said the NSZU.
According to the NSZU, payment will go to each team involved in treating patients. Since in these hospitals a 24-hour doctor service must be provided, i.e. at least 4 teams, if there is at least one patient, all team members are entitled supplements provided by law.
The medical hospital support team providing medical assistance to patients with COVID-19 includes an anesthesiologist, a general practitioner or an infectious disease specialist and another specialist (or a general practitioner or an infectious disease specialist, or a doctor of another specialty, for example, an obstetrician-gynecologist in a maternity). Plus three people of average and junior staff per doctor, because the lion’s share of care for these patients is breastfeeding and management.
When completing a proposal for the care of patients with COVID-19, the institution notes information on the number of teams involved in the treatment of patients with coronavirus.
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The National Service has noted that the tariff for payment for services includes supplements to doctors of up to 300% of salary for April.
“The head doctor, who signs the contract with the NSZU, assumes the obligation of additional supplements for medical and other employees working directly with COVID-19,” said the National Service.
At the same time, they reminded the NSZU that the March payments to doctors working with patients with COVID-19, including salary supplements, should come from a medical grant, which the government has distributed to the regions. in April.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru