The prescription for 2021 – to invest in high quality and give back to society

The prescription for 2021 – to invest in high quality and give back to society

In 2020, Vietnam’s pharmaceutical market is estimated to have grown by around 4 per cent compared to the previous year, according to healthcare data multinational IQVIA. The market is expected to continue growing significantly in terms of both capacity and value thanks to the country’s population size of nearly 100 million people, improved access to healthcare, and the government’s efforts to promote universal health insurance.
AIA Vietnam creates $1.1 million support packages for COVID-19 frontline warriors

AIA Vietnam creates $1.1 million support packages for COVID-19 frontline warriors

AIA Vietnam presented VND25 billion ($1.1 million) to the Vietnamese Fatherland Front Central Committee in support of Vietnam's battle against COVID-19.
Vietnamese workers in RoK receive free face masks

Vietnamese workers in RoK receive free face masks

Vietnamese workers in the Republic of Korea (RoK) will be given ten face masks each free of charge for use in two weeks amid the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country.
Hanwha Life Vietnam donates free health insurance cards to Vietnamese people in need

Hanwha Life Vietnam donates free health insurance cards to Vietnamese people in need

South Korean-backed insurer Hanwha Life Vietnam, in tandem with the Sponsoring Association for Poor Patients in Ho Chi Minh City, has been donating free health insurance cards to needy people in Vietnam with an aim of improving healthcare conditions for people in a difficult stituation due to the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic.  
More than 17 million students have health insurance cards

More than 17 million students have health insurance cards

More than 17 million schoolchildren and students nationwide have joined health insurance so far, accounting for 95.3 percent of the total, according to the Vietnam Social Security (VSS).
More than 10 million still left out of health insurance

More than 10 million still left out of health insurance

More than 10 million people were yet to be covered by health insurance as of May 2019, it was reported at an online discussion on sustainable development of health insurance held by the Government portal on June 25. 
VITA-La Chan Vang—superior protection against cancer

VITA-La Chan Vang—superior protection against cancer

Generali Vietnam's “VITA-La Chan Vang” (VITA-Golden Shield) cancer insurance product gives consumers peace of mind by protecting them from all types of cancer.
Abuse of health insurance fund continues

Abuse of health insurance fund continues

Vietnam Social Security (VSI) has reported that many hospitals have been found abusing the health insurance fund in the first six months of this year.
Generali Group CEO meets with Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc

Generali Group CEO meets with Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc

The meeting highlights long-term commitment of Generali to Vietnam, a key growth market for the insurance group.
VSI refuses health insurance next year

VSI refuses health insurance next year

No new health insurance cards will be issued from 2019, according to Vietnam Social Insurance (VSI).
8,149 health insurance cards to be handed out to the poor

8,149 health insurance cards to be handed out to the poor

Hanwha Life Vietnam and Sponsoring Association for Poor Patients in Ho Chi Minh City signed a cooperation agreement to donate free healthcare cards to the poor.
Unpaid social insurance fees skyrocket

Unpaid social insurance fees skyrocket

Unpaid social insurance fees have hit a record on the back of dark economic woes.
Insuring the insurance  market gets in order

Insuring the insurance market gets in order

On February 15, 2012, new regulations on insurance sector business activities came into effect under Decree No. 123/2011/ND-CP (“Decree 123”) detailing the Law on Amendments to the Law on Insurance Business being effective from July 2011.
Looking to tap risk adverse buyers

Looking to tap risk adverse buyers

Swiss Re, a leading and highly diversified global reinsurer, commissioned a large scale survey covering 13,800 consumers aged 20 to 40 across major cities of 11 Asia-Pacific markets during April-May, 2011.
Hospitals in bad health

Hospitals in bad health

We will have to pay more for treatment. But, we have run out of money and we do not qualify for state health insurance
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