ASEAN Healthcare Services

Posted Date : 11 Jun 2014 16:23:12 Wib

The Healthcare Services Sectoral Working Group (HSSWG) 44 in Bangkok Thailand

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The Healthcare Services Sectoral Working Group (HSSWG) is one of the sectoral working groups and integration priority sectors of the ASEAN Coordinating Committee on Services (ASEAN CCS).
The HSSWG discusses matters pertaining to facilitation and cooperation in healthcare services which is an important part of the liberalization process of the ASEAN Framework Agreement on Services
(AFAS).

Towards this end, the agenda of the HSSWG meetings are as follows: 
1) Offers and schedules of the AFAS package; 
2) Mutual Recognition Arrangements (MRAs) on Medical Practioners, Nursing and
Dental Practioners; 
3) Information exchanges; 
4) Regional profiling and databases of professionals;
institutions; infrastructures and systems; domestic regulations; 
5) development of core competencies
and equivalences; 
6) Capacity building programs; 
7) Formulation of yearly work programs and; 
8)
other activities and initiatives relevant to the implementation of AFAS

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