|A medical worker in Yên Lạc Medical Centre, Vĩnh Phúc, registering a patient for medical examinations using brand-new chip-embedded citizen ID cards. — VNA/VNS Photo Nguyễn Thảo|
HÀ NỘI — More than 24.6 million searches for health insurance information have been conducted utilising chip-embedded citizen identity card numbers.
These searches have been facilitated at 12,401 medical examination and treatment facilities currently implementing health insurance-covered medical examination and treatment services.
The national social health insurance database's 80.3 million personal information records have been confirmed with the population database, according to Việt Nam Social Security (VSS).
The national population database has received and exchanged more than 105.6 million social and health insurance records from the VSS system.
With over 24.6 million successful searches for health insurance information using citizen identification cards with chips, there are currently 12,401 healthcare facilities nationwide that accept health insurance and use citizen identification cards with chips for health examinations and treatment (reaching 96.77 per cent of the total number of health insurance facilities nationwide).
Through the Family Health Insurance Card Renewal service with reduced contribution rates via the National Public Service Portal and the Portal of the VSS, 1,073 health insurance card extension applications have been received and processed by the VSS's systems and the National Public Service Portal.
So far, the VSS in two localities (Hà Nội and Hà Nam) have implemented test programmes that have received and processed 24,073 applications for health insurance cards for children under six years old, and 892 applications for funeral allowance in the interconnection of birth registration, permanent residence registration, and issuance of health insurance cards for children under six years old; the interconnection of death registration, cancellation of permanent residence registration, and funeral allowance.
As of April 12, 2022, the VSS has successfully coordinated with the necessary departments to integrate the public service's "Unemployment Benefits Resolution" on the National Public Service Portal.
Additionally, 104,405 cases of workers seeking to resolve their unemployment benefits have been received, and the process of unemployment insurance payment has been confirmed.
Also, the Ministry of Health has received assistance and support from the VSS's system in integrating data on driver health exams, birth certificates, and death certificates.
There have been received and processed a total of 175,593 valid health examination data from 903 medical facilities around the country, 21,472 birth certificate data from 528 medical facilities, and 407 death certificate data from 147 medical institutions. — VNS