Upgrading medical profession allowance to 100%

In Resolution 38/NQ-CP dated March 17, 2022, the Government decided to apply the 100% vocational incentive allowance for preventive medicine and grassroots health workers; study special and preferential regimes for the armed forces participating in epidemic prevention and control.

Upgrading medical profession allowance to 100%

Upgrading the medical profession incentive allowance to 100% (Artwork)

Specifically, to ensure human resources and regimes for people engaged in the prevention and control of the COVID-19 epidemic, a 100% vocational preferential allowance will be applied to preventive medicine and grassroots health workers; study special and preferential regimes for the armed forces participating in epidemic prevention and control.

(Currently, according to Decree 56/2011/ND-CP , the preferential occupational allowance is 40%, the highest 70% is for those receiving treatment in COVID-19 treatment areas).

In addition, mobilize human resources from neighboring localities and units when the epidemic breaks out; mobilize non-public medical forces to participate in epidemic prevention and control work. Having a policy of rationally allocating human resources for preventive medicine and grassroots health care, implementing social responsibilities and a time-limited rotation regime.

Ensure a reasonable structure of human resources who are doctors and nurses who are qualified in emergency resuscitation.

Capacity building for forces in the health sector, local forces, and forces mobilized to participate in epidemic prevention and control, especially staff in remote, border and island areas.

In addition, in terms of finance and logistics, it is necessary to ensure that there are enough drugs, biological products, chemicals, supplies and equipment ... according to the motto "four on the spot" to be ready for epidemic prevention and control scenarios.

For some essential drugs and supplies, there must be enough backup for the worst-case scenario and added to the national reserve list. Actively plan to use equipment after the end of the epidemic.

Shorten and simplify payment documents; abolish the current barriers, overlaps, obstacles and inadequacies in the policy of payment of medical expenses for medical examination and treatment activities in the context of the COVID-19 epidemic.

Implement financial support policies to ensure social security according to the Socio-Economic Development and Recovery Program issued together with Resolution  11/NQ-CP  dated January 30, 2022.

See more at Resolution 38/NQ-CP  dated March 17, 2022.

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