Introducing a national system of requirements for the quality and safety of medical activities is a priority today as a response to the growing complexity of providing healthcare services. Adverse events caused by unsafe healthcare are among the top 10 causes of death and disability worldwide. The effective quality control of medical care helps to prevent up to 50% of unwanted events (and up to 80% in outpatient care). The most significant harm occurs due to errors during diagnosis, as well as in the prescription and use of drugs. Today, the most important parameter in healthcare is satisfaction with medical care, which, as the Russian president noted at a meeting of the Council for National Projects, reflects the work of the healthcare system and medical organizations in the country. How is the new methodology being formed to assess the publics satisfaction with medical care? How can we assess the current state of healthcare quality and safety? What new tools are currently being implemented to improve the organization of medical care and monitor the quality and safety of medical activities both in the Far Eastern Federal District and the country as a whole? What methodological approaches need to be created to assess risks in medical activities and what is the best model for managing adverse events in the provision of medical care? What is the best way to ensure drug safety for patients and improve patient compliance?