Maxim Stepanov said that by the 1st of July, the connection of the Odessa region with UODC will be completed

18 May 2018, 18:00
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On the first of July this year, all regions of the Odessa region will be connected to the Unified Operational Dispatch Service (YES). Currently, at a short number of "103", 90% of the region's residents can call the service. This was announced on May 18 during a joint briefing by Vice Prime Minister - Minister for Regional Development, Construction and Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine Gennadiy Zubka and chairman of the Odessa Regional State Administration Maxim Stepanov.

"To the Unified Dispatch Service, which we opened on March 21, it was left to connect 12 districts. On the turn - Velikomikhaylivsky. By July 1, we will connect everyone - without exception. In addition, we are going through the reform of emergency medical care. In this case, we actively use all the possibilities of telemedicine. Our main goal is the availability of a person to quality medical services, regardless of where she lives, "said Maxim Stepanov, the chairman of the Odessa regional state administration.

It should be noted that today the work of the YES was familiarized with Vice Prime Minister - Minister of Regional Development, Construction and Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine Gennadiy Zubko.

"We see the experience that has been realized in the Odessa region. Now we organize it all over the country. It is extremely important for us to attract the largest number of specialists and to reduce the distance from the physician to the patient. This is not only a question of software, but also a question of protocols, procedures that are introduced at the local level, and then they can be applied at the state level ", - said Gennadiy Zubko.

In addition, during a visit to Odesa region, Vice Prime Minister - Minister of Regional Development, Construction and Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine Gennadiy Zubko and Head of the Odessa Regional State Administration Maxim Stepanov held a meeting on the development of the health care system in rural areas. Participation in the event was taken by the chief doctors of primary health care centers and family doctors in the region.

Recall, 14 districts and 13 cities of the region are already connected to the Unified Operational Dispatching Service of Odesa Oblast. The new service significantly reduces the arrival time of the medical team to the patient. This is made possible by the automation of receiving calls, electronic control of all stages of the provision of ambulances, and optimizing resource management.