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Vietnamese people are paying up to 43% of total medical expenses, two times higher than recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO), according to Dr. Le Van Kham, Director of the Department of Health Insurance, Ministry of Health.
Ho Chi Minh City has reached its goal to have 20 doctors per 10,000 people after implementation of a five-year programme on improving the quality of health care services for local residents.
The international health emergency currently plaguing the world has initiated a surging demand in digital healthcare in Vietnam, opening doors for telemedicine startups offering solutions that go well with social distancing efforts.
National Assembly deputies raised a host of concerns on Thursday, including the failure to nip wrongful appointments in the bud, the quality of growth and healthcare services, and relevance of training given to workers.
VietNamNet Bridge – The 14th NA session on Wednesday continued in the afternoon with a submission by NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan of the number of Vice Chairpersons and members of the NA Standing Committee.
VietNamNet Bridge – Malnutrition can occur in people of all ages. Yet awareness of malnutrition is low among the general public, leaving the hidden epidemic under-recognized and under-treated when it comes to adults, elderly people
VietNamNet Bridge – Issuance of land-use right certificates topped the "dissatisfaction" list of public administrative services in HCM City, followed by healthcare services, according to the HCM City People's Committee.
VietNamNet Bridge – Domestic and foreign experts discussed the challenges of caring for the elderly during a conference early this week.
HCM City plans administrative zone expansion; Kien Giang on high alert for forest fires; Police seize illegal timber; Student dies in Can Tho swimming tragedy; Journalists receive international training; Ha Noi shores up flood defences
VietNamNet Bridge – Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has urged for balanced supply and demand of goods so as to keep their prices from spiralling, especially farm produce and foodstuff as the lunar New Year approaches.
VietNamNet Bridge – No-one in Huu Nghi Hospital in Ha Noi knew that nurse Nguyen Anh Lan was pregnant until she gave birth to her third child early this year.
VietNamNet Bridge – Fees at hospitals managed by HCM City's Department of Health could go up substantially in August if the city's People's Council approves the increase.
VietNamNet Bridge – Authorities in the two major cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City will delay an increase in the prices of the number of healthcare services that was scheduled for September.
VietNamNet Bridge – The demand for essential and consumer goods has slowed as local buyers are trying to make ends meet with their meager incomes, and this is the main reason for the low growth