ehealth development in viet nam current status needs and plans 2011 2015 l.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
eHealth Development in Viet Nam: Current Status, Needs and Plans 2011-2015 PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
eHealth Development in Viet Nam: Current Status, Needs and Plans 2011-2015

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 19

eHealth Development in Viet Nam: Current Status, Needs and Plans 2011-2015 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 130 Views
  • Uploaded on

eHealth Development in Viet Nam: Current Status, Needs and Plans 2011-2015. Asia-Pacific Regional Forum on ICT Applications Bangkok, 18-22 May, 2011. Luong Chi Thanh, MD PhD Central Health Information Technology Institute (CHITI ) Viet Nam. SR Vietnam: Basic statistics.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'eHealth Development in Viet Nam: Current Status, Needs and Plans 2011-2015' - soren


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
ehealth development in viet nam current status needs and plans 2011 2015

eHealth Development in Viet Nam: Current Status, Needs and Plans 2011-2015

Asia-Pacific Regional Forum on ICT Applications

Bangkok, 18-22 May, 2011

  • Luong Chi Thanh, MD PhD
  • Central Health Information Technology Institute (CHITI)
  • Viet Nam
sr vietnam basic statistics
SR Vietnam: Basic statistics

Territory: 331,051km2

Population: 86,024 Millions

Urban: 30%

Rural: 70%

Population density: 260

Life expectancy(2010): 75

Revenue per capita: 1.200USD

Low middle-income status

HDI: rank 113/169

CPI: 11,75% (2010 vs. 2009)

Total expenditure on health as % of GDP: 6,6%

six priority areas of who in vietnam
Six priority areas of WHO in Vietnam

Health policy, legislation and system development;

Communicable disease surveillance, prevention and control;

Promotion of a healthy environment and healthy lifestyles and prevention of noncommunicable diseases;

Family and community health and nutrition;

HIV/AIDS, and tuberculosis; and

Partnerships and coordination

ministry of health of vietnam s tructure and components for health services
Ministry of Health of VietnamStructure and components for health services
  • MoH
  • H.Dept in 63 Provinces
  • >500 H. Divisions at district level

Administrative machinery

Research and Education

Preventive Medicine

Therapeutic

Pharmacy and Equipment

  • 63 centers for PM at provincial and metropolitan level
  • 672 centers for PM and district level
  • 63 centers for HIV/AIDS prevention
  • 29 centers for malaria prevention
  • 63 dept. for food safety and population
  • Nearly 1.100 hospitals
        • 30 central
        • 400 provincial
        • 30 industrial
  • 10.000 private clinics
  • 10.000 health stations
  • 24 research institutions
  • 18 medical universities
  • 25 medical colleges
  • 94 centers for continuing educations
  • >170 drugs companies
  • >39.000 drug stores
  • 9.000 pharmacies
  • >600 ME trading companies.
  • >40 ME enterprises
ministry of health of vietnam ehealth management and implementing
Ministry of Health of VietnameHealth management and Implementing

VN Government

National Steering committee

Ministry of Health

Ministry of Information and communications

Dept. of Science and Training

MoH Steering committee

at provinces

CHITI

Dep't. of MoH

Hospitals

Institutions

Colleges

63 DHS at provinces

slide6

CHITI: root and formation

CHITI: Main functions

  • ICT applications in health
  • Library services
  • Publishing
ehealth in vietnam current status good and ambitious policies
eHealth in Vietnam: current statusGood and ambitious policies

Government

Starting from 2000, as first declaration appeared on ICT application and orientation toward eGov.

Most recent: Gov.'s Plan for Vietnam become a strong country in IT in 2020

In health sector

2006: Guidelines on hospital management softwares building and on IT project creation.

2007: Establishment of steering committee, that renewed in 2010.

2008: Approval for two years 2009-2010 plan for IT application in health.

2009: Order 02/CT-BYT for enhancing IT application in health.

2010: Decision 1191/QĐ-BYT, of organizing structure for IT services in health sector.

2011: 2011-2015 plan for eHealth

ehealth in vietnam current status infrastructures favorable
eHealth in Vietnam: current statusInfrastructures favorable

Global Observatory for eHealth, GOe

Conducted by WHO in 2008

For Vietnam: ICT Development Index is 3,05 ranking 86/ 114 countries and territories

Number of mobile phones: 111,53/100 persons

Internet user:26,55/100 persons

ehealth in vietnam the needs
eHealth in Vietnam:the needs

eHealth strategy well defined

Enterprise architecture

Capacity building program:

Training and educational program in ICT

ICT Project Managing and coordinating capacity

Improve governance

Health standards

To set up the indicator list with defined numerators and denominators

To adapt and issuing the appropriate health informatics standards

ehealth in vietnam the needs11
eHealth in Vietnam:the needs

Health databases:

To integration of various data resources into a single database and coordination between various sources.focus on data analysis

Develop the software system for implementing electronic and online health reporting manner at 4 levels of health services.

To set up the central health data repository

To formulate a comprehensive privacy and confidentiality act for sensitive health data

Health information platforms

ehealth in vietnam plan 2011 2015 main objectives
eHealth in Vietnam: Plan 2011-2015Main objectives
  • Insuring the appropriate technical infrastructures
    • Softwares
    • Network security
    • Email
    • Websites
    • Equipment
  • Building and managing the health databases
  • To Insuring the human and financial resources
  • Serving for administrative procedures reforming and insuring the information exchanges by longitudinal and sagittal directions
ehealth in vietnam plan 2011 2015 three national projects
eHealth in Vietnam: Plan 2011-2015Three national projects
  • Telemedicine (2007)
    • Establishing the Call center facilities

(mHealth project being conducted with Path finder)

    • Video-conferencing connection between central and provincial levels of health services
  • Electronic health records and health information system (2009)
  • Health information management in preventive medicine (2009)
ehealth in vietnam plan 2011 2015 group of technological projects
eHealth in Vietnam: Plan 2011-2015Group of technological projects
  • Building the standards:
    • For electronic information exchange
    • Health functional services
    • ICT used in health
  • Establishment of health WAN
ehealth in vietnam plan 2011 2015 group of projects on policies and strategies capacity building
eHealth in Vietnam: Plan 2011-2015Group of projects on policies and strategies,capacity building
  • Issuing the appropriate policies
  • Building the whole architecture of health ICT
  • Training and education in IT and ICT
  • For management of human resources in health
  • Inter-libraries services
ehealth in vietnam plan 2011 2015 group of projects on health databases
eHealth in Vietnam: Plan 2011-2015Group of projects on health databases
  • National health databases
  • Building database on population and for managing the mechanic population changes
  • Building database of traditional medicine
  • Health statistics database
thank you for your attention

Thank you for your attention!

Asia-Pacific Regional Forum on ICT Applications

Bangkok, 18-22 May, 2011