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Visiting doctors has become more convenient and pleasant in Russia (الروسية)

This Results Profile focuses on visiting doctors in Russia. While Russia has made a remarkable progress in many respects since the economic crisis of the late 1990s, it struggled to meet its full potential without improving health conditions among its population and restructuring of its health system. Russia Health Reform Implementation Project was launched by World Bank to support efforts to deal with the fragmentation and poor quality of services, shift the balance of care provided from hospitals to outpatient services at the primary level, introduce evidence-based standards for the training of personnel and the delivery of medical care, and adopt measures to ensure continuity of funding and to create incentives for high quality and efficient services to better respond to the needs of the population. The improved response capacity of the emergency medical services allows the regional health systems to timely deal with heart attacks, strokes, road traffic injuries, and other conditions that require immediate care to prevent unnecessary deaths and lasting disabilities. With the replacement and modernization of the ambulance fleet, the establishment of a centralized ambulance dispatcher centers and improved communication systems between ambulances and health facilities, including the use of Global Positioning Systems, and training of medical staff and paramedics in advance and basic life support systems. The results achieved in the two regions were promising and provided clear evidence that health reform, while technically and politically complex across the world, was indeed possible in the Russian Federation.

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