|: Delegates inaugurate on-line public service in cosmetic management field at a ceremony this morning in Ha Noi. – VNS File Photo
HA NOI (VNS) — The Drug Administration of Viet Nam (DAVN) under the health ministry today launched online public services level 4 to help cosmetics importers promote their products in the country's market.
Levels of public service registration
Level 1: Procedures to fill in the required forms and information about time and service cost are available online.
Level 2: The service allows the user to download the required forms to be printed out and filled in later.
Level 3: The applicant can fill in and submit the forms online.
Level 4: Service payments can be settled online. Transaction results are available either online or by post, upon request.
The online registration service level 4 will allow people, businesses and management units to perform administrative formalities, submit required forms, handle documents and payments and receive results using only a computer connected to the Internet.
Service level 4, the highest of the four administrative service levels in the country, is expected to ease the registration process for enterprises in the healthcare sector.
DAVN director Truong Quoc Cuong said, "The application of online service level 4 in the pharmaceutical field will create favourable conditions for enterprises, especially in terms of reducing expenses and time, and increasing transparency and publicity in health administration management."
Cuong said people and enterprises could submit documents, pay fees, check the progress of document processing and receive results through the online facility from the beginning of April.
Speaking at the launch ceremony, Deputy Minister of Health Nguyen Viet Tien said the application of information technology in health administration management was one of the health sector's efforts to implement the government's administrative reform policies.
Last year, the ministry launched the level 4 online public service in the hygiene and food safety management field. The service is scheduled to be extended to medical equipment management in 2015. — VNS