In Sber, they explained latest technologies in health care

Vice-President, Head of Healthcare Health Sberbank Yuri Krestinsky spoke about the importance of the development of telemedicine in Russia and the prospects of the direction. This was discussed within the framework of a large-scale special project to the 180th anniversary of the Solve.

telemedicine today is actively implemented in Russia, helps a large number of patients get a high-quality and convenient service and as a whole allows you to significantly increase the level of public health.

“Using the telemedicine service, the patient can save time and talk to a doctor from home or any other convenient place where there is an Internet, while avoiding contacts with sick in hospitals. You can get to the reception within a few minutes – without queues spent On the road and waiting time, “Krestinsky comments.

According to him, the platform for remote monitoring of patients with chronic noncommunicable diseases and COVID-19 has been introduced in more than 38 regions of Russia, and provides tens of thousands of Russians with high-quality medical care, allowing doctors to track patient performance in online and instantly react in case Deviations. This area increases the availability of medical services and health quality at each stage, starting with diagnostics and ending with rehabilitation.

“Due to the introduction of new technologies, it is possible to reduce the number of hospitalization and surgical complications. Remote monitoring of chronic patients makes it possible to reduce mortality from myocardial infarction and acute brainwater disorders (ONMK),” Enclosed Yuri Krestinsky.

Saltor service is founded in 2012 as DocDoc, and later became part of the Sberbank ecosystem. By the middle of 2021, more than 6,000 private clinics participated in the project, and the total number of users exceeded 13.8 million people.

Special project “” is timed to the 180th anniversary of the Sber. It tells in detail about large-scale technological and social transformations, which is experiencing humanity in connection with the beginning of the fourth industrial revolution. These changes already relate to genetics, bioengineering, medicine, economics, education and other key areas. The project speakers became the leading specialists of the Sberbank.

/Media reports.