Shortage in regular expenditure for public health service units due to COVID-19 in Vietnam

The Prime Minister of Vietnam issued Decision 16/2022/QD-TTg dated 8/8/2022 on regime to support recurrent expenditures for public health service units that have insufficient revenue due to the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic in Vietnam

Shortage in regular expenditure for public health service units due to COVID-19 in Vietnam (Source: Internet)

In particular, Article 4 of Decision 16/2022/QD-TTg stipulates how to determine and support recurrent expenditures in Vietnam as follows:

- The difference between revenue and expenditure is determined according to the provisions of Decree 43/2006/ND-CP, Circular 71/2006/TT-BTC and Decisions of the Prime Minister of Vietnam on the autonomy pilot mechanism of some hospitals.

- If the unit is paid by the state budget for testing and treatment costs for COVID-19 according to the price of medical examination and treatment services, the unit must aggregate the amount paid by the state budget into the revenue and expenditures of the entity to determine the difference between regular revenue and expenditure in 2021.

- For expenses for the prevention and control of the COVID-19 epidemic in 2021, which will be paid and refunded by the state budget according to the provisions of Decree 29/2022/ND-CP, separate aggregated unit is not included in the expenditure to determine the difference between regular revenue and expenditure in 2021.

- The level of support for recurrent expenditures in 2021 is the amount added to the estimate equal to the smaller difference than the recurrent expenditure in 2021 of the public non-business unit after deducting the balance of the Bonus Fund, Welfare Fund, the Income Stabilization Reserve Fund, and the residual salary reform funding source (if any) until the end of December 31, 2021.

* Time to implement recurrent expenditure support in Vietnam

The period for implementing recurrent expenditure support for public health service units in Vietnam that have insufficient revenue due to the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic is implemented from January 1, 2021 to the end of December 31, 2021. 

Decision 16/2022/QD-TTg takes effect from August 25, 2022.

Nhu Mai

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