The Ministry of Defense plans to improve and revise approaches to the work of military medical commissions.
About this reported Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Malyar informs Censor. NO.
“The full-scale invasion presented new challenges to medical support, including the imperfect system of military medical commissions. During this time, a unified medical space of civilian and military medicine was created, and the VLK system was expanded. Namely, 66 freelance VLKs were created in the military medical institutions, as well as additionally 340 freelance VLKs in health care institutions of various forms of ownership.
However, in connection with the increase in workload, there is an obvious need to improve and revise approaches to conducting the specified examination,” Malyar wrote on Facebook.
The Ministry of Defense, together with the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Digital Affairs, are developing the main 5 directions for improving the work of the VLK:
- acceleration of the implementation of the electronic medical information system (MIS) in military institutions
- introduction of electronic queues
- the use of electronic document management in the processes of VLK
- viewing the number of VLK
- service in military establishments of the VLK