The Healthcare Law Review provides a global introduction to healthcare economies and their legal frameworks. It covers both diverse areas of practice, and common challenges and approaches across key jurisdictions, including the role of insurance and public payers; models of commissioning; the interplay between primary, secondary and social care; and regulatory and licensing arrangements for healthcare providers and professionals. Final chapters give some perspectives on the industry outlook and opportunities after a year of implementing the covid-19 vaccination campaign.
Partner Eli Mazur contributed the Vietnam Chapter of the Healthcare Law Review (6th edition), which provides a summary of Vietnam’s developing healthcare system. This overview will be useful to academics, investors, attorneys and those with a general interest in the state of Vietnam’s healthcare system (e.g., individuals considering Vietnam as a potential retirement destination).