Russia: Proportion of labor cost of High-End Medical Care tariffs updated in Russia

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Feb 2021

On January 21, 2021, the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation published an order approving the 2021 proportion of labor cost of High-End Medical Care (not included in the Mandatory Health Insurance program - List II) tariffs. The proportion of labor cost of most High-End Medical Care categories remained unchanged, while the proportion of several categories in the areas of pediatric care and cardiovascular surgery were increased by up to 5%.

Comprehensive treatment of the early stages of fungal mycosis (which has been included since 2021) has become the largest in terms of salary proportion among the new High-End Medical Care categories, where the proportion is set at 0.5 at the tariff of 155,801 rubles.

Regarding new categories added to the program of state guarantees (High-End Medical Care) from 2021:

  • the proportion of salaries in the treatment of autologous reconstructive plastic surgery to lengthen the small intestine in children will be 0.39 at the tariff of 896,743 rubles;
  • for the surgical treatment of glaucoma in children, including minimally invasive energetic optic-reconstructive and laser surgery, the Ministry of Health proposed setting a proportion of 0.24 at the tariff of 120,500 rubles;
  • for transluminal balloon angioplasty of the pulmonary arteries - 0.21 at the tariff of 328 326 rubles;
  • for cardiac contractility modulation - 0.05 at the tariff of 1.726 million rubles;
  • for endovascular occlusion of the left atrial appendage - 0.12 at the tariff of 328,458 rubles;
  • for transvenous extraction of endocardial electrodes in patients with implantable devices - 0.11 at the tariff of 551,814 rubles;
  • for LVAD implantation for chronic heart failure in children - 0.05 at the tariff of 9.795 million rubles.

The full details in Russian can be found here.

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