On 3 and 4 September 2020, employees of «E.Meshalkin National Medical Research Center» of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, MD D.A. Astapov, PhD I.V. Pchelina, T.G. Narygina, I.V. Polyakova within the framework of the federal project “Development of a network of national medical research centers and the introduction of innovative medical technologies” assessed the organization and quality of medical care for patients with cardiovascular diseases in Primorsky Krai.
The experts of Meshalkin center have assessed the indicators of morbidity and mortality of the population from diseases of the circulatory system in the region, the organization of medical care for cardiovascular diseases at all levels of its provision, including acute coronary syndrome, personnel and material and technical support of medical organizations. Attention is paid to the procedure for organizing preferential drug provision for cardiac patients, pharmacovigilance and control over medical products. When studying the case histories, the effectiveness of the implementation and application of clinical guidelines was assessed, including the criteria for assessing the quality of the disease profile. The Medical Information and Analytical Center discussed issues of informatization of processes in medical organizations in the region within the framework of the federal project to create a Unified State Information System for Healthcare, the problems of forming state statistical reports and forming a regional register of patients with cardiovascular diseases for the provision of medicines.
The preliminary results of the visiting event were discussed at a working meeting with the participation of Deputy Prime Minister of the Primorsky Krai – Minister of Health A.G. Khudchenko, head of the department for organizing medical care for the adult population of the Ministry of Health of the Primorsky Krai E.V. Shutka, chief cardiovascular surgeon of the Primorsky Krai, Ph.D. V.G. Rapovka, chief physician of the Primorsky Regional Clinical Hospital No. 1 A.V. Popov, identified the prospects for the development of specialized, including high-tech, medical care for cardiovascular diseases, further cooperation to improve the qualifications of doctors, including with the use of information technology.