In Moscow City Duma urged citizens to help elderly relatives to master access to an electronic medical card

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The chief physician CITY OUTPATIENT CLINIC NO. 3, the deputy Moscow City Duma Helena Samyshina urges inhabitants of the capital to help elderly relatives to master access to an electronic medical card (EMK). She reported about it in conversation with journalists of Agencies city news "Moscow". – More than one million Muscovites used possibility of online access to electronic medical records where all clinical record and information on the made analyses, results of inspections and medical contraindications contains. Access to a medical record can be got about smartphones, the laptop or other device with access to Internet...

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