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Section 32. Medical Assistance

1. Medical assistance is provided by medical organizations and is classified by type, condition and form of such assistance.



2. The types of medical care include:

1) primary health care;

2) specialized, including high-tech, medical care;

3) ambulance, including specialized ambulance, medical care;

4) palliative care.

3. Medical assistance may be provided in the following conditions:

1) outside the medical organization (at the place of call of the ambulance crew, including specialized emergency medical care, as well as in a vehicle during medical evacuation);

2) on an outpatient basis (in conditions that do not provide for round-the-clock medical supervision and treatment), including at home when a health worker is called;

3) in a day hospital (in conditions providing for medical supervision and treatment in the daytime, but not requiring round-the-clock medical supervision and treatment);

4) inpatiently (in conditions providing round-the-clock medical supervision and treatment).





4.
The forms of medical care are:

1) emergency - medical care provided for sudden acute diseases, conditions, exacerbation of chronic diseases that pose a threat to the patient's life;

2) emergency - medical care provided in case of sudden acute diseases, conditions, exacerbation of chronic diseases without obvious signs of a threat to the patient's life;

3) planned - medical care that is provided during preventive measures, for diseases and conditions that are not accompanied by a threat to the patient’s life, which do not require urgent and urgent medical care, and delaying the provision of which for a certain time will not entail a deterioration of the patient’s condition, his threat life and health.

5. The regulation on the organization of medical care by types, conditions and forms of such assistance is established by the authorized federal executive body.
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Section 32. Medical Assistance

  1. Article 37. Procedures for the provision of medical care and standards of medical care
    1. Medical care is organized and provided in accordance with the procedures for the provision of medical care, mandatory for execution in the Russian Federation by all medical organizations, as well as on the basis of medical care standards. 2. The procedures for the provision of medical care and the standards of medical care are approved by the authorized federal executive body.
  2. Section 36. Palliative Care
    1. Palliative care is a set of medical interventions aimed at relieving pain and alleviating other serious manifestations of the disease, in order to improve the quality of life of terminally ill citizens. 2. Palliative care may be provided on an outpatient and inpatient basis by medical personnel trained to provide
  3. Section 19. Right to Medical Assistance
    1. Everyone has the right to medical care. 2. Everyone has the right to guaranteed medical assistance provided without charge in accordance with the program of state guarantees of free medical assistance to citizens, as well as to receive paid medical services and other services, including in accordance with a voluntary medical insurance contract. 3.
  4. Article 64. Examination of the quality of medical care
    1. An examination of the quality of medical care is carried out in order to identify violations in the provision of medical care, including assessing the timeliness of its provision, the correct choice of methods of prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation, the degree of achievement of the planned result. 2. The criteria for assessing the quality of care are formed by groups of diseases or conditions based on
  5. Article 10. Accessibility and quality of medical care
    Accessibility and quality of medical care are ensured by: 1) the organization of medical care on the principle of proximity to the place of residence, place of work or training; 2) the availability of the required number of medical workers and their level of qualification; 3) the possibility of choosing a medical organization and a doctor in accordance with this Federal Law; 4) application
  6. Section 11
    1. Refusal to provide medical care in accordance with the program of state guarantees of free provision of medical care to citizens and collection of fees for its provision by a medical organization participating in the implementation of this program and by medical workers of such a medical organization are not allowed. 2. Emergency medical care is provided by a medical organization and
  7. Article 34. Specialized, including high-tech, medical care
    1. Specialized medical care is provided by specialist doctors and includes the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases and conditions (including during pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period) that require the use of special methods and sophisticated medical technologies, as well as medical rehabilitation. 2. Specialized care is provided in
  8. Article 35. Ambulance, including specialized ambulance, medical care
    1. Ambulance, including emergency specialized, medical assistance is provided to citizens in case of diseases, accidents, injuries, poisoning and other conditions requiring urgent medical intervention. Ambulance, including specialized ambulance, medical assistance by medical organizations of the state and municipal health systems is provided to citizens free of charge.
  9. Article 6. Priority of the interests of the patient in the provision of medical care
    1. The priority of the interests of the patient in the provision of medical care is realized by: 1) compliance with ethical and moral standards, as well as respectful and humane attitude on the part of medical workers and other employees of a medical organization; 2) providing medical care to the patient, taking into account his physical condition and observing, if possible, cultural and religious traditions
  10. Article 80. The program of state guarantees of free medical assistance to citizens
    1. Within the framework of the program of state guarantees of free provision of medical care to citizens, the following shall be provided: 1) primary health care, including pre-medical, medical and specialized; 2) specialized medical care, including high-tech; 3) ambulance, including specialized ambulance; 4) palliative medical
  11. Article 41. Organization and provision of medical assistance in emergency situations
    1. Organization and provision of medical assistance in emergency situations, including medical evacuation, is carried out by the All-Russian Service for Disaster Medicine in the manner prescribed by the authorized federal executive body. 2. The All-Russian Service for Disaster Medicine is a functional subsystem of the Unified State System for Prevention and Elimination
  12. Article 81. Territorial program of state guarantees of free medical assistance to citizens
    1. In accordance with the program of state guarantees of free provision of medical care to citizens, state authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation approve territorial programs of state guarantees of free provision of medical care to citizens, including territorial compulsory health insurance programs established in accordance with
  13. Article 83. Financial support for the provision of medical care and spa treatment to citizens
    1. Financial support for the provision of primary health care to citizens is carried out at the expense of: 1) funds of compulsory medical insurance; 2) budgetary appropriations of the federal budget, budgets of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation allocated for the financial support of the implementation of territorial programs of state guarantees of free medical assistance to citizens
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