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NHSO backs B51bn loan to cover coronavirus costs

The National Health Security Office (NHSO) Board has agreed to a proposal to secure a 51-billion-baht loan by executive decree. The loan will fund reimbursement claims for Covid-related services for 10 months.Acquiring the loan began in earnest after a meeting on Feb 7, presided over ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

TDRI urges govt to prioritise procurement of high-quality vaccines

The Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI) has said the country is far from ready to be reopened in 120 days as previously stated by the prime minister.In an article titled “Investing in Public Health”, published on Tuesday, the TDRI suggested that the focus should be ...

The Nation Reporter

Building a reliable IT ecosystem for the Thai public health sector

The primary goal of any hospital or healthcare provider is their patients’ health and wellbeing. When it comes to embracing new technologies, it’s more about improving patient care, services and experiences to help them recover than deploying cutting-edge solutions or cost reductions – but an ...

The Nation Reporter

Public Health Ministry launches anti-depression campaign to mark National Mental Health Week

In a move to mark National Mental Health Week (November 1 to 7), Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul along with his deputy Satit Pitutacha and the Department of Mental Health launched a campaign called “Thai Public Health No One Left Behind”.The aim of the ...

The Nation Reporter

Prayut tells UN universal healthcare behind public health success

Speaking to the UN, Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha on Monday morning (New York time) attributed Thailand’s success in providing public health services to the universal healthcare policy.Keep reading ...

The Nation Reporter

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