Articles with tag: «coronavirus  infection»

    Special opinion
  • 2020 № 7 Legal regulation of involuntary hospitalization of persons with coronavirus infection what needs to be done

    The article presents an analysis of legal acts regulating the procedure for hospitalization and / or isolation in cases of
    coronavirus infection. It is shown that currently, in accordance with the law, medical intervention is allowed without the consent of a citizen in respect of persons suffering from diseases that pose a danger to others. At the same time, the authors prove that the concepts of “medical intervention” and “hospitalization” are not identical. In turn, the legislation does not provide for involuntary hospitalization and involuntary isolation of persons suffering from diseases that pose a danger to others. The lack of clear legal regulation of these issues makes it difficult to implement effective measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection. The article proposes to define and legislate the procedure for involuntary hospitalization and involuntary isolation in cases of diseases that pose a danger to others.

    Authors: Piven D. V. [52] Kitsul I. S. [52] Ivanov I. V. [27]

    Tags: citizens‘rights1 coronavirus  infection10 diseases that pose a danger to others1 involuntary hospitalization1 isolation1 medical intervention1 medical organizations22 quality and safety of medical activities9

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  • Questions and answers
  • 2022 № 10 Issues of taxation of compensation payments for treatment of COVID-19 with personal income tax

    Previously existing payments for the treatment of coronavirus infection (incentive payments, special social benefits) were not taxed on personal income. Therefore, the question naturally arises whether compensation payments to certain categories of persons at risk of contracting a new coronavirus infection are subject to taxation with this income. This problem is all the more urgent because, in accordance with the Tax Code, a number of types of compensation payments are exempt from taxation.
    The article analyzes the positions of the tax authorities on the problem under consideration, taking into account judicial practice, and concludes that compensation payments related to the treatment of COVID‑19 are an element of remuneration, act as a form of compensation surcharges for work in harmful working conditions, and therefore are subject to personal income tax in a general manner.

    Authors: Kadyrov F. N. [117]

    Tags: compensation payments4 coronavirus  infection10 covid-1924 harmful working conditions1 personal income tax1 taxation1

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  • 2022 № 7 Issues related to changing the procedure for providing state guarantees to employees of medical organizations working with COVID-19

    Emergency and rather extraordinary measures aimed at increasing the degree of social protection of medical workers in connection with the spread of COVID‑19 have been repeatedly changed. At the current stage, characterized by a decrease in the spread of coronavirus infection, these measures have undergone quite drastic changes, the essence of which is discussed in this article.

    Authors: Kadyrov F. N. [117] Chililov A. M. [21]

    Tags: coronavirus  infection10 covid-1924 occupational disease1 social support measures3 state guarantees4

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  • 2021 № 8 Questions implementation of incentive payments to medical workers for vaccination against Covid -19

    In order to financially support medical workers and further motivate them to increase the rate of vaccination against COVID‑19, the Russian Government has introduced special incentive payments for additional workload for medical workers. The established mechanism of financial support and the procedure for making payments is quite complex, since it is aimed at achieving specific practical vaccination indicators. This publication explains some of the issues that arise in connection with the implementation of these payments.

    Authors: Kadyrov F. N. [117] Chililov A. M. [21]

    Tags: coronavirus  infection10 covid-1924 federal budget9 incentive payments8 medical workers4 vaccination3

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  • Medical science
  • 2020 № 4 Evaluation of the prospects for developing a vaccine against coronavirus infection by means of patent analysis

    A cross-country comparison of the patent activity of various countries in the field of the development of antiviral drugs, in particular vaccines against coronavirus infection, was carried out. The companies with the most voluminous and authoritative portfolios of patent documents have been identified. Particular attention was paid to the practices used by pharmaceutical companies in the face of intense competition. The importance of protecting the rights to technical solutions with patents issued outside the Russian Federation has been shown.

    Authors: F.  A.  Kurakov [1] L.  A.  Tsvetkova [1]

    Tags: competitive  technological groundwork.1 coronavirus  infection10 global  markets1 patent  documents1 pharmaceutical companies2 vaccine1

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  • Manager of healthcare consults
  • 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.

    Authors: Kadyrov F. N. [117]

    Tags: autonomous institutions1 budget7 budgetary institutions1 coronavirus  infection10 covid-1924 federal budget9

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  • Manager of health care consults
  • 2022 № 9 About some methodological approaches to the assessment of the salary level of medical workers.

    The article deals with methodological issues of assessing the level of salaries of medical workers by official statistics bodies (Rosstat) and within the framework of surveys of medical workers themselves.
    The main methodological differences are shown in the methods of calculating the indicators characterizing wages used by statistical authorities and survey organizers. The main reasons leading to the discrepancy between the results of such assessments are shown. Among them, first of all, it is necessary to name different approaches to accounting for personal income tax, restrictions in the sample, etc.
    In addition, official statistics take into account not only wages, but also some other expenses in favor of employees. At the same time, the concept of "average number" is used, which is not taken into account in the framework of the conducted surveys.
    At the same time, the salaries of medical workers in order to assess the achievement of the targets set by the May Presidential
    Decrees should be correlated not with the average salary for the subject of the Russian Federation, but with the average monthly income from work.
    Such methodological differences create an objective basis for the discrepancy between the survey results and official statistical data and should be taken into account when interpreting the data obtained.

    Authors: Kadyrov F. N. [117] Obukhova O. V. [26] Chililov A. M. [21] Endovitskaya  Yu.  V. [10]

    Tags: compensation payments4 coronavirus  infection10 covid-1924 incentive payments8 special social benefits3 statistics4 wages4

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  • 2022 № 8 About some methodological issues of remuneration of medical workers

    The article discusses a number of methodological issues of remuneration that arose against the background of the suspension of special social payments for work with COVID‑19 and their replacement with compensation payments, as well as the postponement of pilot projects that were to be implemented in order to prepare for the introduction of a new system of remuneration for medical workers.

    Authors: Kadyrov F. N. [117] Obukhova O. V. [26] Chililov A. M. [21] Endovitskaya  Yu.  V. [10]

    Tags: compensation payments4 coronavirus  infection10 covid-1924 incentive payments8 remuneration3 special social benefits3

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  • 2022 № 7 Issues related to the replacement of special social payments for work with COVID-19 with compensation payments

    The article discusses issues related to the suspension of special social payments for work with COVID‑19 and their replacement with compensation payments. Problems such as the procedure for completing existing payments, lists of employees who are subject to compensation payments, measures that need to be taken by medical organizations in a new situation are considered.

    Authors: Kadyrov F. N. [117] Chililov A. M. [21]

    Tags: compensation payments4 coronavirus  infection10 covid-1924 social support measures3 special social benefits3

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  • Focus of problem
  • 2020 № 6 What checks are cancelled and which are retained for medical organizations of the country in terms of the situation with coronavirus infection

    The article contains a detailed analysis of the legal acts issued in April 2020 in connection with coronavirus infection and regulating the issues of state control (supervision) in relation to medical organizations until the end of 2020. In the publication, the authors present the main control and Supervisory measures that will be carried out in medical orga- nizations during 2020. A number of issues related to the legal regulation of control and Supervisory activities that require clarification are identified. In terms of the quality and safety of medical activities, the attention of medical organizations is drawn to the expediency of ensuring their own maximum readiness for various scenarios of carrying out certain control and Supervisory measures established before the end of 2020.

    Authors: Piven D. V. [52] Kitsul I. S. [52] Ivanov I. V. [27]

    Tags: coronavirus  infection10 license  control1 medical organizations22 on-site unscheduled  inspections1 quality and safety of medical activity12 remote  monitoring  tools1 scheduled  inspections1 unscheduled  inspections2

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