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Adjustment on medical expenses required

Adjustment on medical expenses required

Although inpatient room costs have increased sharply, medical quality remains stagnant, according to the latest report by Viet Nam Social Insurance (VSI).

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4 percent of Vietnamese have hepatitis C: workshop

4 percent of Vietnamese have hepatitis C: workshop

About 4 percent of Vietnam’s population get infected with hepatitis C but they are not aware of the infection, thus increasing the risk of the virus spread among the community, heard a workshop in Ho Chi Minh City on February 1. 

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38,000 students left out of medical insurance service

38,000 students left out of medical insurance service

The social insurance agency in the central province of Ha Tinh has revealed that some 38,000 students in the province have not registered for the school medical insurance service.

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Satellite hospitals save lives in remote areas

Satellite hospitals save lives in remote areas

Historically, the mostly publicly financed health care system in Vietnam has only been able to afford to pour resources into a handful of central level hospitals in big cities, forcing patients living in remote areas with serious diseases to go to Hanoi or HCM City for treatment.

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Second survey on women’s health, life experience launched

Second survey on women’s health, life experience launched

The second National Survey on Women’s Health and Life Experience funded by the Australian Embassy in Vietnam was launched at a workshop in Hanoi on January 25.

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$21m health programme launched

$21m health programme launched

The Ministry of Health and the World Health Organisation (WHO) in Vietnam on Wednesday launched a new Health Co-operation Programme for 2018-2019.

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Deadly synthetic drugs create many new addicts

Deadly synthetic drugs create many new addicts

Waking up after five days in a coma at Hanoi’s Bach Mai Hospital, a 16 year-old girl does not recognise anyone, not even her father.

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Vietnam cooperates with WHO to address health priority issues

Vietnam cooperates with WHO to address health priority issues

The Prime Minister has approved investment policy for a health cooperation programme with the World Health Organisation (WHO) in the fiscal year 2018-2019.

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Vietnamese consumers pay close attention to health and income

Vietnamese consumers pay close attention to health and income

Being able to hold down a steady job providing a secure income and maintaining good health are major concerns for Vietnamese consumers.

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Cuts to HIV/AIDS treatment aids cause difficulties in treating HIV kids

Cuts to HIV/AIDS treatment aids cause difficulties in treating HIV kids

Vietnam is embracing difficulties in treating kids living with HIV as international organizations are cutting financial aids however, these ill kids have still received good care in hospitals.

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Vietnam makes astonishing progress in organ transplant

Vietnam makes astonishing progress in organ transplant

Amongst ten outstanding events of the health sectora in 2017, Vietnam continued to make much progress in organ transplantation to save people with fatal illness.

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HCM City eyes 90-90-90 AIDS score

HCM City eyes 90-90-90 AIDS score

HCM City targets a serious reduction in the number of AIDS cases by 2030, according to the city’s Health Department.

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Doctor rotation project yields successful results

Doctor rotation project yields successful results

Some 6.6 million people have received better medical treatment as a result of a project which rotates doctors from high-level to lower-level hospitals, implemented in Vietnam since 2008.

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Heath insurance coverage hits 86.5% of population

Heath insurance coverage hits 86.5% of population

As of mid-December, 81.06 million people had social, health, and unemployment insurance. 

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New radiation therapy to improve cancer prognosis

New radiation therapy to improve cancer prognosis

The National Cancer Hospital (K Hospital) is working on a project to set up the first centre in the country to use proton radiation therapy to treat cancer.

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Training needed on dengue fever

Training needed on dengue fever

Though Vietnam has a low fatality rate among patients with dengue fever, the Ministry of Health has instructed hospitals nationwide to try to further reduce the number of deaths to the lowest possible number.

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