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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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Police investigate assault on doctor in Thai Binh

Police investigate assault on doctor in Thai Binh

Police in northern Thai Binh Province’s Dong Hung District have detained a young man for allegedly assaulting a doctor at a local emergency centre.

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Many elderly people, kids hospitalized due to cold weather

Many elderly people, kids hospitalized due to cold weather

Chilly weather in northern Vietnam has driven many elderly people and kids into hospitals while temperature in the south also decreased because the cold weather in the north has affected the south.

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Electronic disease surveillance system inefficient due to poor reporting

Electronic disease surveillance system inefficient due to poor reporting

All hospitals in the country are responsible for reporting about patients with infectious diseases through an electronic surveillance system to enable preventive health officials to take timely preventive action against their spread, but many hospitals fail to report accurately.

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Kiosks at Hanoi hospitals for patients’ comments

Kiosks at Hanoi hospitals for patients’ comments

Hanoi plans to put up kiosks at hospitals for people to lodge complains or their dissatisfaction about health check-ups and treatment quality via a software.

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Health ministry urged to resume supply of malaria drugs

Health ministry urged to resume supply of malaria drugs

The Ministry of Health should resume supply of malaria drugs to hospitals in many provinces that have not had the disease for a long time, according to health experts.

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Vietnam not taking advantage of free labour mobility

Vietnam not taking advantage of free labour mobility

Two years after joining the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), Vietnam’s labourers have not tapped the opportunities brought about by greater labour mobility, according to the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.

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Medical malpractice victims sue Hoa Binh General Hospital

Medical malpractice victims sue Hoa Binh General Hospital

Families of the eight people who died after undergoing kidney dialysis at Hoa Binh Province General Hospital have filed a lawsuit against the hospital requesting compensation, according to Nguyen Thi Thu, one of the family members.

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Nearly 2 million Vietnamese children suffer from malnutrition

Nearly 2 million Vietnamese children suffer from malnutrition

As many as 1.9 million Vietnamese children, about a quarter of children under five, are suffering from malnutrition because of improper care.  

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Thirteen students hurt in balcony collapse

Thirteen students hurt in balcony collapse

Thirteen students in Bac Ninh Province fell from the second floor and were wounded after a school balcony collapsed on Monday afternoon.

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Ministry of Health clarifies health insurance

Ministry of Health clarifies health insurance

Private hospitals that have signed health-insurance contracts with Viet Nam Social Insurance (VSI) will continue the contracts next year. However, private healthcare facilities must now have their classifications authorised by the Ministry of Health.

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Private hospitals may lose insured patients next year

Private hospitals may lose insured patients next year

Nearly 200 private hospitals nationwide may lose huge numbers of patients with health insurance policies next year given a new regulation of Vietnam Social Security (VSS).

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Dangerous spas need stricter management

Dangerous spas need stricter management

On November 20, a customer of a beauty spa in Hanoi’s Hoang Mai District came to city authorities with a harrowing tale. The 20 year-old woman said that the spa staff had ruined her eyelids during a beauty treatment and then claimed the damage was merely a temporary effect of the surgery that would soon subside.

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