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Our Major Policies

  1. Administrative Policies Strengthen people-centered community health care services to create a supportive healthy environment.
  2. Administrative Goals Building a physical and psychological health supportive environment, and increasing holistic health promotion across the life span.
    1. Cultivate healthy lifestyles and create healthy settings to promote national nutrition and obesity prevention. Promote tobacco and betel quid hazard control and provide diverse smoking cessation service to create smoke-free and betel-free supportive environments.
    2. Comprehensive the service environment for women, children and reproductive care and reinforce the health care of pregnancy, birth to healthy growth. Promote the health promotion of aborigines and immigrants.
    3. Comprehensive the service environment for women, children and reproductive care and reinforce the health care of pregnancy, birth to healthy growth. Promote the health promotion of aborigines and immigrants.
    4. Reinforce cancer prevention and early detection, and improve major cancer screening follow-up rate for positive patients and the quality of service. Provide precision medical, patient-centered share decision making, and integrated hospice palliative care for cancer patients to improve survive.
    5. Strengthen the health campaign and the related empirical research on the impact of air pollution on health. Improve the national health indicators and non-communicable disease monitoring system, and establish the senior citizens and national nutrition database. Reinforce health surveillance data collection and analysis for different regions and groups, and implement evidence-based governance.
    6. Promote the integrate of health information service platforms, introduce information communication technology, establish health promotion resource-sharing platform and personalized health management services, and promote the empowerment of people and primary public health servants.
  3. Key Performance Indicators
    1. Infant mortality rate maintains or less than 5.64‰ in indigenous areas and offshore islands.
    2. Under-five mortality rate maintains or less than 1.28‰ in indigenous areas and offshore islands.
    3. Antenatal care coverage rate at least 8 visits over 89.8%.
    4. Children preventive health care utilization rate reaches 80%.
    5. The unconditional probability of dying between ages of 30 and 70 years from cancer disease reduces to 6.77%.
    6. The average follow-up rate for four main cancer screening achieves 84.5%.
    7. The unconditional probability of dying between ages of 30 and 70 years from cardiovascular disease reduces to 3.09%.
    8. The unconditional probability of dying between ages of 30 and 70 years from diabetes disease reduces to 1.01%.
    9. The unconditional probability of dying between ages of 30 and 70 years from chronic respiratory disease reduce to 0.46%.
    10. Prevalence of overweight and obesity among adults, maintains to 47.1%.
    11. The percentage of adult population consuming 3 servings of vegetable per day were 14% and 2 servings of fruit per day were 13.5% in 2017.
    12. The Mean adult population salt intake per day were 9.4g in man and 7.5g in women in 2017.
    13. Current smoking rate of senior high school students reduces to 8.1%.
    14. Current smoking rate of junior high school students reduces to 4.2%.
  4. Administrative Plans
    1. 2nd Viral Hepatitis Prevention and Control Program.
    2. 1st National Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Control Program.
    3. 4th National Cancer Prevention and Control Program (planning stage).
    4. Tobacco Control Program.
    5. Smart Healthy Lifestyle Construction Program - Big data and ICT value-added Utilization.
    6. Aging Society Oriented Biomedical Technology Research Program.
    7. Advance of Taiwan's Environmental Health Program- Start with a Health Impact Assessment of the Environmental Exposure of School Children around the Petrochemical Industrial Zone.

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Modify Date:2019-10-16 Publish Date:2019-06-25