Moscow Deputy Mayor of Social Development Anastasia Rakova said that the supply of equipment to medical institutions in the capital is going according to plan. This has been reported DEA News”.
According to him, since the beginning of the year, more than 10,000 pieces of medical equipment have been delivered to Moscow medical establishments. It is planned to purchase more than 11,000 special equipment by the end of the year.
“City health institutions are not experiencing any equipment shortages. Since the beginning of the year, the capital’s hospitals and polyclinics have received more than ten thousand pieces of equipment. Of these, 176 units are “heavy” diagnostic equipment for high precision work – CT, MRI, mammograms, C and U arc type X-ray machines and much more,” Rakova explained.
He added that according to the new Moscow standard for outpatient clinics, all analog equipment is digitally replaced. Thus, it can be integrated into a single medical digital platform.
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