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Workshops for construction consultancy of basic health service packages in Vietnam

In the framework of construction activities for basic health service packages in Vietnam, under the direction of Deputy Minister of Health - Prof. Ph.D. Pham Le Tuan, the Health Strategy and Policy Institute held a consultation workshop for construction consultancy of basic health service packages in Vietnam on 31/3/2016 in Ha Noi. The objective of the workshop is to unify the concept, scope and approaches in building basic health service packages based on the health insurance payments. Hosted the workshop was Prof. Ph.D. Pham Le Tuan, Deputy Minister of Health, Mr. Nguyen Minh Thao - Deputy General Director of Vietnam Social Insurance. Participants of the workshop include representatives of the Ministry of Finance; representatives the Ministry of Health; Department of Military Medical and the Social Insurance Agency - Ministry of Defence; Department of Health - Ministry of Public Security; the Department of Health in Hanoi, Ninh Binh, Ha Nam, Bac Ninh; the Central Hospital; the provincial hospital, district hospital, private hospital; and the Association/Organization domestic and international. (20/04/2016)

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Workshops for construction consultancy of basic health service packages in Vietnam (20/04/2016)
 
Deploying activities assessing the situation of violence in the workplace for public health workers in Thanh Hoa province (06/04/2016)
Conference of social science and policy research promoting industrialization and modernization period 2005-2015 and the next phase orientation (28/03/2016)
 
The Health Strategy and Policy Institute participated in completing planning replication and developing family physician model in Vietnam for the period of 2016-2020. (28/03/2016)
 Researches
BRINGING HEALTH CARE TO THE VULNERABLE: DEVELOPMENT OF EQUITABLE AND SUSTAINABLE RURAL HEALTH INSURANCE IN VIETNAM: END-TERM RESULT EVALUATION (2010) (10/12/2013)
The Vietnam’s health system is oriented as a health insurance based system with the aim of enabling people to access to quality health care services when needed and at the same time create equity in health financing contribution. The Health Insurance Law has identified the goal of universal health insurance by 2014. With more than 70% of population living in rural areas, the expansion of health insurance (HI) in rural areas is key to reach to goal of universal health insurance. The project titled “Bringing health care to the vulnerable: Development of equitable and sustainable rural health insurance in Vietnam” is implemented to provide evidence for developing HI policies for rural areas. Within this project, a number of interventions have been piloted in two districts of Hai Duong and Bac Giang provinces in 18 months. These interventions need evaluation to serve as grounds for making recommendations and providing information for policies makers in developing health insurance policies for rural areas.
EVALUATION OF COMMUNITY-BASED MENTAL HEALTH PROJECT (2006-2010) (10/12/2013)
 
MID-TERM REVIEW OF LIFE-GAP PROJECT, PHASE III (2007-2012) (10/12/2013)
ANALYZING COSTS OF HEALTH CARE SUPPORT COMPONENTS FOR THE POOR WITHIN THE PROJECT ON HEALTH CARE FOR CENTRAL HIGHLANDS PEOPLE (10/12/2013)
 
COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF TOBACCO CONTROL POLICIES (10/12/2013)
COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS FOR HYPERTENSIVE PREVENTION INTERVENTIONS IN VIETNAM (10/12/2013)
 
REGULATORY IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF THE DRAFT LAW ON EXAMINATION AND TREATMENT OF 2009 (10/12/2013)
REGULATORY IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF THE DRAFT LAW ON FOOD SAFETY OF 2009 (10/12/2013)
 
EVALUATION ON CURRENT SITUATION OF PROPAGANDA ACTIVITIES BY GRASSROOTS PARTY COMMITTEES IN THE HEALTH SECTOR (10/12/2013)
 
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