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Many medical workers in the city have quit their jobs, and resignations still continue.

Thousands of medical workers resign, low pay is main cause

There has been a wave of medical workers quitting their jobs at public hospitals and medical centers.

Low pay prompts medical workers to give up jobs

Medical workers are giving up their jobs with income of VND4 million (US$180) a month to become Grab taxi motorbike drivers which allows them to earn VND400,000 ($18) a day.

New momentum for private investment in healthcare

Private investment is forecast to keep flowing into the healthcare sector in the time ahead with the appearance of many new drivers.

Vietnam moves towards smart healthcare system

More hospitals in Vietnam have begun using high technologies for digital transformation, which is expected to radically reform the healthcare sector.

Life-changing technology assists Vietnam’s healthcare transformation

The Vietnamese government and the Ministry of Health will hold a conference called eHealth Vietnam Summit 2020 late this month.

HCM City banks on digital innovation, transformation in healthcare

HCM City should invest in digital innovation and transformation in the healthcare sector to improve service quality by “making healthcare delivery more efficient and more accessible,” experts have said.

Vietnam told to simplify procedures to spur cash flow to healthcare

Foreign investors are eyeing Vietnam’s healthcare sector, but they find it difficult to invest in the field.

More M&A deals in healthcare sector expected

Foreign investors, encouraged by new laws and information that Vietnam is among 21 IMS Health-ranked markets with the fastest growth rate, have completed M&A deals to save time for procedures and starting production lines.

Atomic energy generating billions of USD

VietNamNet Bridge - Radiation and radioactive isotope applications have helped Vietnam produce more high-yield rice varieties resistant to pests and diseases, while new technologies have helped diagnose and treat critical diseases. 

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