Daily Archives: July 20, 2017

Keys To Implementing The ideal Healthcare Model

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Experts shared their views on how to improve the health care services all over the globe and how it can be made accessible. According to Priya Balasubramaniam who is the senior health scientists of the public in India, it should be acknowledged that there is nothing in this world that will resemble the perfect model for healthcare systems. Even Thailand and Sri Lanka have different methods utilized but both are commendable when it comes to progress in the healthcare industry. One should keep in mind that though the best health insurance in Thailand is available, the improvement of their systems can be attributed to consistent investment in PHC or Primary Health Care. India, on the other hand, focuses more on UHC or Universal Health Care by tapping both public and private sectors in the industry.

According to the director of UCL Centre for Global Health Economics in London, Jolene Skordis, the ideal healthcare system should have the same provider for either the rich or poor clients. It has always been deemed that national service is dedicated to the poor while private sector is for those who are able to afford. When this differentiation is applied, quality is no longer the priority. High quality healthcare system can be guaranteed if the same provider caters to the rich and poor because everyone who is able to vote will be able to have a say on the matter of quality in the service they are given.

The resident coordinator to Kenya in the United Nations, Siddharth Chatterjee, said that the governments should take time to consider the partnership between public and private sector. This is the perfect time to test recent models since the old one is clearly not cutting it. This mechanism will make use of blended service thus there will be more space for insurance as well as the government will be able to focus on providing universal insurance for everyone in the country.

Cicely Thomas who is a senior programme office working for Results for Development shared that every government should learn from those countries that are obviously going the right path. As one of the top tourists destination in the world, we know that the best health insurance in Thailand exists while its entire healthcare system continues to improve over the years.

Boat Is One Of The 5 Star Hotels In Ho Chi Minh City

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Vietnam inaugurates its first ever five-star hotel using a six-story boat fixated in Hero Square. Along with its belief for a stronger economic campaign and the removal of troops from Cambodia, it expects a boost forits foreign business.The Saigon Floating Hotel is actually one among the best 5 star hotels in Ho Chi Minh City that has opened its way for travel-weary executives.

The new hotel promises superior services for its guests at a cost of $150 to $600 per night. The hotel’s management say the hotel is not intended for Vietnamese, as they can’t afford the rates of the hotel. “You’ll surely hear from some locals say that the hotel is intended for foreign investors visiting the country,” said general manager Patrick Imbardelli. “Well, they are practically right.”

To remain one of the most exclusive 5 star hotels in Ho Chi Minh City, Imbardelli said, the floating hotel will surround its tennis courts and outdoor swimming pool with an elegant partition high enough not to have curious Vietnamese peep through.

Vietnamese out for weekend esplanade have already stopped to take a look at the hotel’s modern white structure above the dilapidated French colonial buildings. Not many of themwere interested in the way the hotel was designed. However, it is there to impress foreign investors with world-class service.

Ho Chi Minh City is such a beautiful city. In 1990, Vietnam declared it “Year of Tourism,” despite having only 1,500 hotel rooms. The hotel is expected to add another 201 rooms; however, Imbardelli emphasizesthat it hopes to accommodate high-end business people on more expensive accounts.

As one of the 5 star hotels in Ho Chi Minh City, the hotel operationis a joint venture with the Vietnamese Overseas Finance and Trade Corporation (OFTC). The said hotel aims to attract foreign investors to help boost Vietnam economy, which currently is struggling.For more than a decade the country was economically isolated by most Western countries after its invasion of Cambodia in 1978.

“With the unique floating hotel, Vietnam is inviting Western business to come and visit the country.