2020 № 1 Health care Financing in 2020: priorities within the national project «Health Care»
Analysis of future health financing shows that in 2020–2022, despite the difficult financial situation, the growth of financial support for the health system will continue. Among the priorities for 2020, we should highlight the increase in funding for cancer care. This is the implementation of the provisions of the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation on may 7, 2018 No. 204 "on national goals and strategic objectives of the development of the Russian Federation for the period up to 2024". The allocation of funds in the compulsory health insurance system is also based on these priorities. In particular, at the expense of mandatory medical insurance funds, financial incentives are provided for employees to identify oncological disease. Among the positive aspects are inter-budget transfers to the budget of the compulsory health insur¬ance Fund from the Federal budget to pay for high-tech medical care that is not included in the basic program mandatory medical insurance and birth certificates. All this should have a positive impact on the further development of health care.
2021 № 1 Financing of healthcare in 2021 from the federal budget: priorities within the national project “Healthcare” in the context of the fight against coronavirus infection Covid‑19
An analysis of the upcoming financing of healthcare from the Federal budget shows that in 2021–2022,
despite the difficult financial situation, the volume of financial support for the industry will continue to grow. These are all
the more important parameters because the upcoming budget in the period under review assumed a slight reduction in
funding compared to the approved figures of the Federal budget for 2020. This should help to ensure the stable functioning
of health care.
2020 № 9 State measures to support the budget and budget institutions at the current stage of the spread of coronavirus infection
Despite the fact that the main source of financial support for health care is currently the means of compulsory
medical insurance, the importance of the Federal budget and the budget system as a whole for the functioning of the
industry cannot be overestimated. In the context of the spread of coronavirus infection, budget legislation is undergoing major changes, with many changes being temporary and aimed at ensuring the budget process in specific conditions related to the fight against COVID‑19.
2019 № 1 Financing health care in 2019: new priorities and channels for the movement of funds
Analysis of the future financing of health care shows that in 2019–2021, despite the difficult financial situation, the volume of financial support for the industry will continue to grow. Thus, the size of health care spending from the Federal budget is growing not only in absolute terms, but also occupies all a large share in the structure of Federal budget expenditures. The increase in expenses in the system of compulsory health insurance (CHI) in absolute terms is still quite large. Among the priorities of 2019 are the increase in funding for cancer care, as well as high-tech medical care, which directly follows from the provisions of the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation May 7, 2018 № 204 "The national goals and strategic objectives of the Russian Federation for the period up to 2024" (presidential Decree № 204). The distribution of funds to the compulsory medical insurance system is based on these priorities, and based on the results of implementation of decrees of the President 2012 for leveling a series of problems, such as unreasonable reductions in personnel. All this should have a positive impact on the further development of health care.
2018 № 1 Prospects of health financing in 2018
New 2018 in terms of funding health care will differ from the previous - it is expected a sharp increase in funding from all types of sources. However, this is due not only to increased revenues and the restructuring expenses. It becomes more rational - "saving" (for example, reducing expenditures on more costly inpatient care in the Federal budget). In the system of obligatory medical insurance is the refusal of a number of "non-core" expenditure. All of this should have a positive impact on the development of health care
2014 № 2 Problems of financial provision of high-tech medical aid (Federal Research Institute for Health Care Organization and Information of the Ministry of Health and Social Development of Russian Federation, Moscow)
Annotation: In accordance with legislation the high tech medical aid is gradually transferred into the system of mandatory medical insurance. However, the mechanism of organizing the high tech medical aid in the system of mandatory medical insurance, as well as the order of financial provision and etc. remain till now unclear. This material is dedicated to the analysis of problems related to the issues above and to a review of suggested approaches in solving them.