It is estimated that about a fifth of the city’s population will benefit from the program.
The “Taiwan’s National Health Insurance Workshop” took place on June 17thin Hanoi, under the chair of Dr. Shu-Ling Tsai, Deputy Director-General of Taiwan’s NHIA.
Some 81.3 million people across Vietnam have been covered by health insurance by the end of May, up nearly 21 million people from 2012 or 35.6% and representing 81.7% of the population.
By 2025 about 95 per cent of the Vietnamese population will be covered by the national health insurance, according to a target set by a resolution of the 6th Plenum of Communist Party of Vietnam, which concluded on October 11.
PSNews - The Ministry of Public Security (MPS) held a conference on November 11th in Da Lat to train policy work, social insurance, health insurance, personnel and organization in the Public Security Forces in 2016.
The Hanoi Department of Health will expand the health insurance coverage among poor people living with HIV/AIDS by giving them financial support sourced from the city’s health insurance fund, according to head of the department Nguyen Khac Hien.
Nearly 440,000 people in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong have been covered by health insurance to date, representing 82% of the province’s population.