The HCM City Department of Health plans to improve the quality of all grassroots-level health stations in the city to provide family medicine to reduce the overcrowding at hospitals.
A number of drivers who used to work with the ride-hailing company Uber say they are uncertain about their futures after the company closed here last week.
Beginning on July 1, the Health Ministry and Việt Nam Social Security will adjust the unreasonable prices of some healthcare services to better manage health insurance funds, said Health Minister Nguyễn Thị Kim Tiến.
A new health insurance appraisal system will be operated on a pilot basis in five cities and two provinces from May to September this year.
Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc has called for joint efforts and drastic actions to address the lingering consequences of bombs, mines and unexploded ordnances (UXO) left by wars throughout the country.
A smart healthcare system that exploits Big Data and artificial intelligence (AI) has been set up by the Ministry of Health to improve the quality of health examinations and medical treatment.
An Giang Province aims to have at least 90 per cent of the population covered by health insurance by 2020, as per the Government’s goal.
Property developer Vingroup has launched a“365 Happy Days” programme worth up to VNĐ100 billion (US$4.4 million) for VinID cardholders.
The 108 Military Central Hospital organised a ceremony to honour Major Lê Hải Ninh, a soldier whose lung, heart, kidney and corneas were donated after he was declared brain dead at a ceremony yesterday.