The health ministry’s latest survey showed positive improvement in patient satisfaction towards medical services in Việt Nam in 2018.
Japanese conductor Honna Tetsuji and the Việt Nam National Symphony Orchestra (VNSO) will present an outdoor performance at AEON Mall Long Biên, Hà Nội on January 12.
The results of a pilot survey have shown the average patient satisfaction index (PSI) in the country reached 3.98/5, that is some 79.6 per cent of their expectation.
Vietnamese government leaders always appreciate invaluable feedback on directing the macro-economy from experts and scholars, Deputy Prime Minister Vương Đình Huệ said.
Việt Nam can no longer rely on the increasing investment by the public sector and exploitation of natural resources to drive its economic growth in the future, the Prime Minister’s newly established economic council warned in its very first meeting.
The Ministry of Health's Medical Examination and Treatment Department and Vietnam Initiatives at Indiana University, will pilot a patient satisfaction telephone survey. Similar surveys conducted previously were done online.
The National Assembly of Việt Nam would do its best to promote the relations between Việt Nam and Japan in all fields, said NA Chairwoman Nguyễn Thị Kim Ngân.
Intelligence is a critical resource; experts, especially overseas scholars with profound knowledge and experience, are asked to contribute to the development of Việt Nam.
More than 150 local and foreign scholars and researchers met at an international workshop in HCM City on Wednesday (Dec 7) to discuss enforcement of intellectual property laws in relation to new trade agreements.