Patients pay medical bills at the Tay Bac Nghe An General Hospital (Photo: VietnamPlus ) Hanoi (VNA) – To meet demand for medical examination and treatment, the Ministry of Health (MoH) has issued a circular guiding the building of service fees for on-request services at public health facilities. Per a roadmap of the MoH, this year, medical fees will be adjusted based on the increased basic salary of 1.49 million VND (64 USD) and management expenses of medical facilities. However, the planned increase of medical service fees would depend on the consumer price index and socio-economic conditions in 2019, said Nguyen Nam Lien, head of MoH’s Department of Financial Planning. He revealed the information during the MoH’s press briefing on June 4 on five years implementing programmes to improve patient satisfaction, hospital cleanliness, medical care quality improvement and reform of finance-health insurance mechanism. Building medical service fees of services on request Lien said the MoH will devise an efficient medical services price list to realise the target of transferring State budget’s regular allocation from health facilities to people covered by health insurance, with a proper roadmap. At present, healthcare prices are calculated based on the previous basic monthly salary… Read full this story
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