Draft bill #9158 of March 30, 2023
Cosponsors: a group of MPs
Who is affected: service members, medical establishments, and territorial centers of staffing and social support
Summary of the bill:
- there will be a conclusive list for heads of medical service to provide documents certifying the circumstances of the injury. Currently, such certificates are issued after a service investigation
- it will be allowed to send service members’ medical records to military medical establishments or territorial centers of staffing and social support
- territorial centers of staffing and social support will be allowed to send service members for treatment or dismissal. These service members will be required to have a conclusion issued by a military medical commission that gives them the right to leave for treatment due to illness or being unfit for service.
What is right:
The following procedures will be simplified:
- issuing certificates confirming the circumstances of the injury (wound, concussion, disability)
- sending medical records of service members to military units
- sending service members for treatment.
What is wrong:
- the procedure for transferring certificates between authorities is not clear enough: it is not clear when a medical certificate should be sent to the military medical facility or the territorial center of staffing and social support.
- to introduce a provision regulating the transfer of medical certificates.
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