2021 № 9 Issues of registration of contractual relations in the provision of paid medical services.
The contract for the provision of paid medical services is the basis of legal and economic relations with the patient (consumer, customer). Against the background of the rapid pace of digitalization of all spheres of society, questions naturally arise about the permissible forms of contracts concluded, about their content, etc. The proposed material provides answers to some of the questions that arise in this regard.
2013 № 11 New rules of providing paid educational services: what head of the medical organization should know (Saint Petersburg, Russia; Irkutsk State Medical Academy of Continuing Education, Irkutsk, Russia)
In the article the questions connected with enactment of the new Rules of providing of paid educational services. These Rules introduced new concepts — «disadvantage of paid educational services» and «significant disadvantage of paid educational services». Accordingly, questions are: «What is a disadvantage of paid educational services? What action can be taken by head of the medical organization if it is customer service and delivery disadvantages? » This article gives the answers to these questions.
2018 № 8 The application of leasing in state (municipal) health care institutions
Difficult economic conditions lead to the fact that the expenditures of budgets of all levels for the purchase of equipment are highly reduced. State (municipal) institutions are forced to look for other sources and channels for financing equipment purchases. In this respect, leasing at the expense of compulsory medical insurance is an interesting, but incomprehensible tool. Especially, given the variety of its forms. Moreover, the use of leasing in the system of compulsory medical insurance encounters a number of serious limitations. Meanwhile, the competent conclusion of leasing contracts, in fact, in a number of cases makes it possible to solve problems of obtaining equipment worth more than 100,000 rubles at the expense of compulsory medical insurance.