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MOSCOW, March 12. /ITAR-TASS/. Modernization of capital assets of Russia’s healthcare should be invested at the amount of one trillion rubles, Healthcare Deputy Minister Sergei Krayevoy said on Wednesday.
“Despite the program of healthcare modernization is over, our capital assets require investments at 40%-45%. If we provide support for sectors, which require more investments, we’ll need at least 200 billion rubles,” Krayevoy said.
In this sphere the ministry hopes to maintain partnership with private investors, the deputy minister said, adding that investments will be made in primary elements (polyclinics) and high tech medical assistance.
“Polyclinics need correct management and staff and high tech medical assistance requires investments to develop the modern infrastructure,” Krayevoy said.