For every second Russian has no free medicine

50% of Russians seeking medical help, pay doctors. This applies to public and to private clinics. According to the survey, the quality of medical care under the compulsory health insurance (compulsory health insurance) satisfied 62% of the population, private medicine satisfied 63%.

Every third inhabitant of the country is the state chooses clinics private institutions. Every tenth one way or another pays for the provision of care in the public clinics.

The financial crisis has affected private medical institutions. "Patients will be forced to go to government facilities for treatment under insurance policies," says the co-chair of the Association of private clinics of Moscow and the Central Federal district Alexei Silver.

Most satisfied with the quality of care the residents of Grozny, Tyumen, Naberezhnye Chelny. The worst situation in Makhachkala, Yaroslavl, and Irkutsk. Most complaints on doctors gather in Irkutsk, Krasnodar and Krasnoyarsk.

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