Currently, Roszdravnadzor and Rospotrebnadzor in the established areas of state control (supervision) over the provision of paid medical services are entitled to exercise control (supervision) without interaction with a controlled person, in which the following are carried out: monitoring compliance with mandatory requirements and on-site follow-up. Due to the fact that control (supervisory) measures without interaction with the controlled person are implemented without prior notification of the controlled persons, the conduct of these measures by the supervisory authorities is likely to entail an increase in the number of unscheduled inspections of medical organizations, including
control procurement. The emergence of a new type of control (supervisory) measures without interaction with a controlled person is one of the significant factors that increase the responsibility of medical organizations in terms of compliance with the requirements established by law for the procedure and conditions for the provision of paid medical services.
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