VOV.VN - Telemedicine, a technology-based model to support medical treatment and healthcare, is in wide use in many countries. Now a number of clinics and other medical facilities in Vietnam have begun to use telemedicine, paving the way for a more digitalized medical sector.
Vietnamese and Australian scientists gathered together at a workshop in Hanoi on July 19 to discuss the probability to promote links between the two countries in medical technology transfer and healthcare service development.
The United Nations Children’s Fund in Vietnam (UNICEF) and the Johnson & Johnson Company signed an agreement on improving health for disadvantaged ethnic minority women and children in Hanoi on December 9.
Ten initiatives in corruption prevention and control were introduced to be scaled up during a conference held by the Government Inspectorate in Ho Chi Minh City on July 16, including a model of “Saying no to bribery in healthcare sector.”
Experts have asked for tighter controls on the importation of medical equipment in a bid to improve the quality of healthcare services in Vietnam.
(VOV) -Vietnam is one of the six Southeast Asian countries having a high ratio of infant and maternal mortality rate.
(VOV) - The Japanese Government has provided Vietnam with more than US$853,000 in non-refundable aid to carry out development projects, announced the HCM City-based Japanese Consulate General.
The Vietnamese Government is willing to create favourable conditions for foreign investors, including those from Canada, to operate successfully in Vietnam , Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh has said.
(VOV) -Representatives from the Quang Nam provincial Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs and the International Labour Organization (ILO) met on October 21 to review an action programme to prevent and eliminate the worst forms of child labour.
The Japan International Cooperation (JICA) is carrying out a project to improve healthcare services in northwestern provinces in the 2013-2016 period.
Vietnam’s consumer price index (CPI) in July declined for the second consecutive month by 0.29 percent to the lowest level since 2004, General Statistics Office (GSO) reported on July 24.