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Friday, February 3, 2023
Tags: health sector
Parliament sets major development targets for next year Parliament sets major development targets for next year
After 21 days of sitting, the fourth session of the 15th National Assembly (NA) successfully completed its agenda, said NA Chairman Nguyen Dinh Hue at the closing session of the sitting on November 18.
Mass resignation in the public sector: causes and solutions Mass resignation in the public sector: causes and solutions
According to official statistics, some 40,000 public employees or 2 percent of the whole system’s payroll quit their jobs in the period from January 2020 to June 2022. The figures were approximately 16,400 in the education sector and 12,100 in the health sector. Mass resignation occurred mostly in localities with advantageous socio-economic conditions, especially those having large industrial parks and export processing zones like Ho Chi Minh City, Dong Nai, Hanoi, Binh Duong, Ba Ria-Vung Tau, Long An and Can Tho.
Survey shows constant challenges for businesses to join local public procurement and suggests reform of bidding policies Survey shows constant challenges for businesses to join local public procurement and suggests reform of bidding policies
This article is an excerpt from the Report “Public Procurement: Findings from a Business Perception Survey”, which was the result of a collaborative research initiative conducted from July 2021 to June 2022 by the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). Highlighted here are key findings from the business survey, aiming to understand the experience and perception of businesses in public procurement activities in localities, especially in the health sector.
How to prevent and control health staff assaults? How to prevent and control health staff assaults?
Despite the rising assaults and violence against medical workers, most hospitals still lack necessary equipment and personnel to deal with unexpected security events. It is not to mention the fact that training to improve professional skills for health workers and security guards in conflict situations has neither been conducted regularly nor met requirements.
Resolution 128 praised for reinvigorating socio-economy on year anniversary Resolution 128 praised for reinvigorating socio-economy on year anniversary
A year after Resolution 128 was issued, experts say the nation's socio-economic situation has recovered quickly and developed in all fields, achieving many positive and impressive results.
Joint efforts needed to deal with urgent issues in medical sector: PM Joint efforts needed to deal with urgent issues in medical sector: PM
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh asked ministries, agencies and localities to step up their coordination with the Ministry of Health to deal with urgent issues in the medical sector while addressing a national teleconference on August 21.
Action plan on development of the Mekong River delta released Action plan on development of the Mekong River delta released
By 2030, the Mekong River delta’s annual growth rate will increase by 6.5-7 percent with its economy’s size 2-2.5 times bigger than that in 2021.
NA scrutinizes draft laws on health facilities treatment NA scrutinizes draft laws on health facilities, treatment
National Assembly (NA) deputies on June 13 looked at ways to improve nationwide health facilities and treatment methods.
Latest study sheds light on COVID-19 impacts on quality of governance and public services Latest study sheds light on COVID-19 impacts on quality of governance and public services
The 2021 Vietnam Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI) Report, released on May 10, shows improvements in basic infrastructure as citizens experienced better roads, water supply and sanitation, while many respondents reported less crime as lockdowns and travel restrictions may have helped improve law and order. There were, however, gaps in the national pandemic response with increasing governance challenges, concerning shifts in indicators tied to COVID-19, and a deterioration in household economic confidence.
Ho Chi Minh City takes the lead in COVID-19 fight: PM Ho Chi Minh City takes the lead in COVID-19 fight: PM
Ho Chi Minh City has made important contributions to COVID-19 prevention and control through changes in mindset, approach and decisive pilot steps that have made the city safe again, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh said during a visit to the city on January 24.

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