the Ministry Also said that before the year is planned the opening of 137 new centers outpatient cancer care. They will appear in 13 regions: Novosibirsk, Kemerovo, Rostov, Astrakhan, Murmansk, Nizhny Novgorod, Orenburg, Samara and Yaroslavl regions, Krasnodar, Primorye and Stavropol territories and the Republic of Tatarstan. All this became possible due to the Federal project “Fight against cancer” national project “Health”.

By September 15, the regions must report on the improvement of the quality of care of cancer patients and the efficiency of usage of subventions from the Federal budget.

Earlier, the government as a goal for 2024 indicated a decrease in mortality from neoplasms, including malignant, to the level of 185 cases per 100 thousand population, and the increase of coverage of preventive medical examinations from 40 to 70%. In the five years it was planned to build not less than 420 centers outpatient cancer care and to re-equip at least 160 dispensaries and hospitals.

Until December 2020 three centers outpatient cancer care opens in Novosibirsk region. Now they are repairs, buy equipment, Deputy health Minister Elena Aksenova. “Fortunately, the situation with the pandemic did not affect the implementation of the tasks, therefore, the contracts for heavy equipment have already been signed, waiting for its delivery and installation,” said she. Aksenov also noted that for the first quarter of 2020 through the existing oncologic dispensary were more than eight thousand patients, and 147 of them have already received chemotherapeutic treatment, which can also be used in centers. For example, the center of oncotomy at the city hospital N 2 serves the entire Dzerzhinsky district of Novosibirsk and part of the suburban area (140 thousand people) of the adult population. Upon the slightest suspicion of appearance of tumors, district doctors-therapists direct the patient back to the survey. Entry to the specialist available in the electronic schedule displayed free for the reception time. Usually the next day, and sometimes in a few hours and comes to the oncologist. At diagnosis, up to histological, takes a maximum of two weeks – before the patient has learned about it only a month later.

last year, two new outpatient center for cancer care was built in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous district. Now the region has four such clinics equipped with modern diagnostic equipment, private rooms CT, MRI, endoscopy, ultrasound. To be examined in them in the direction of a therapist. In addition to diagnostics of diseases in the new centres are fewinvasive surgical interventions in ambulatory and dispensary observation of patients with oncopathology, working day care, which is anti-anemic therapy, hormonal therapy, and organized treatment of leukopenia and thrombocytopenia.

the Overhaul of the regional oncologic dispensary turned in this year in Primorye. It is planned that the Agency will establish a comfortable working area with an open large lounge and soft sofas will e-mail the Board with the schedule of reception of doctors. Primorsky cancer center also joined the project “Lean health care” national project “Health”. It created a new computer database analysis and instrumental methods with which help doctors quickly find the necessary documents.

the health Ministry explained that the regional cancer centers and Oncology departments of General hospitals retooled the list of the 105 positions. It has all the necessary heavy equipment, including radiological. And from January 1 it proposed to add multi-mode ventilator and rectoscope with the optical fiber. The draft order is posted on the official website of drafts of normative legal documents. In addition, the health Ministry said that by 2024 Russia will build new nuclear medicine centre. It will be a major structural division of National medical research centre, A. A. Almazov, Saint-Petersburg, and also one of the most powerful and equipped in the country. Its estimated cost will cost the Federal budget is 3.9 billion rubles. Technological stage, which will be conducted pricing audits, will be completed by the end of this year, and then in 2021, construction will begin. The centre is 8.5 thousand square meters, it will accommodate five offices, and on the roof will include a helipad. In premises with a total area of more than five thousand square meters will be radionuclide and radiotherapy, to treat patients with malignant tumors of various localizations. The establishment of a new centre of nuclear medicine became possible due to several national projects, including the Federal project “Fight against cancer” national project “Health”.