By 2030, all types of public assistance should be provided without paperwork through the MFC or the public services portal. At the same time, the time for their registration should be reduced from several days to several minutes. This goal of the government was announced by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin at a meeting on socio-economic issues, which was held on February 1.
– The new approach was introduced last year. 11 support measures were provided without any statements. Among them are a certificate for maternity capital, lump sum payments for children and pensioners. This affected 65 million people, the prime minister recalled.
Modern technologies will also allow us to more quickly resolve issues related to the health of each of us.
– Already now we need to make decisions so that getting help in polyclinics is more convenient and faster for citizens. It is important to provide an individual approach to the treatment of patients. Modern technologies should simplify the procedure for making an appointment with a doctor, issuing conclusions and prescriptions. It is necessary to reduce the waiting time for an appointment with a specialist, Mishustin said.
The Prime Minister stressed that in matters of protecting the health of Russians, it is necessary to be proactive, to be able to predict risks. And when new infections appear, promptly introduce vaccines and diagnostic tools into circulation.
“In 2022, we will expand the network for studying dangerous infections in other regions of the world in order to better and faster predict the situation, we will prepare four platforms for the rapid creation of safe and effective vaccines against new infections,” Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova said.
The meeting did not ignore the Pushkin map. Recall that this virtual card can be obtained by young people aged 14 to 22 years. She can pay for tickets to theaters, museums, exhibitions, etc. And from February 1, you can also buy movie tickets with it. But not for all films in a row, but for Russian films created with the support of the Ministry of Culture, the Cinema Fund and regional authorities, as well as from the “golden collection” of our cinema. The face value of the card is 5,000 rubles, of which 2,000 can be spent on going to the cinema.
Tatyana Golikova said that 300 cinemas have already joined the program, every third of them is rural. According to the Deputy Prime Minister, by the first day of February, the owners of the Pushkin Cards had spent more than 200,000 rubles on buying movie tickets.