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Major Policies

  1. Administrative Policies
       Fulfill of long-term care policies, development of elderly care and community prevention and support models; strengthen of dementia community-based care, and enhancement of the community services network of preventing and delaying disability care.

  2. Administrative Goals
        Building a physical and psychological health supportive environment, and increasing holistic health promotion across the life span.
    1. Nurturing of healthy lifestyles, creation of healthy settings, and promotion of national nutrition and obesity prevention. Promoting of tobacco and betel quid hazard prevention and provision of diverse smoking cessation service to create tobacco and betel-free supportive environments.
    2. Comprehensive women and children birth health care service environment and continued enhancement of health care for all life courses from pregnancy, birth to healthy growth. Improving of the health promotion of aborigines and immigrants.
    3. Reinforcement of comprehensive health assessment services for seniors, creation of age-friendly and dementia-friendly communities and cities. Reinforcement of prevention and management of chronic diseases, reduction of disabilities and improvement of life quality.
    4. Reinforcement of cancer prevention and early detection, improvement of the rate and quality of follow-up for positive cancer screening results, and reduction of cancer death rates.
    5. Reinforcement of education and empirical research on the health impacts of air pollution. Refinement of national health indicators and non-communicable disease monitoring system, establishment of senior and national nutrition database, reinforcement of the collection and analysis of health surveillance pertaining to groups in different regions, implementation of evidence-based policies.
    6. Promotion of health information service platform integration, adoption of information and communication technologies, establishment of a platform for personalized health management services, promotion of empowerment of the general public and primary personnel. 

  3. Key Performance Indicators
    1. Infant mortality rate for indigenous areas and offshore islands maintains at or below 6.24‰.
    2. Under-five mortality rate for indigenous areas and offshore islands maintains at or below than 1.43‰.
    3. Infant mortality rate maintains at or below 4.0‰.
    4. Neonatal mortality rate maintains at or below 2.4‰.
    5. Maternal mortality rate maintains at or below 11.2 per 100,000 live births.
    6. The unconditional probability of dying between ages of 30 and 70 years from cancer disease reduces to 7.33%.
    7. The average follow-up rate for 4 main cancer screening achieves 84.75%.
    8. The unconditional probability of dying between ages of 30 and 70 years from cardiovascular disease reduces to 3.49%.
    9. The unconditional probability of dying between ages of 30 and 70 years from diabetes disease reduces to 0.99%.
    10. The unconditional probability of dying between ages of 30 and 70 years from chronic respiratory disease reduce to 0.45%.
    11. Prevalence of overweight and obesity among adults maintains at 47.1%.
    12. The percentage of adult population consuming 3 servings of vegetable per day achieves 15% and 2 servings of fruit per day achieves 14.5% in 2018.
    13. The Mean adult population salt intake per day were 9.2 grams in man and 7.3 grams in women in 2018.
    14. Current smoking rate of adults reduces to 12.9%.

  4. Administrative Plans
    1. 2nd Viral Hepatitis Prevention Program (2017-2020).
    2. 1st National Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Program (2018-2022).
    3. 4th National Cancer Prevention and Control Program (2019-2023).
    4. Tobacco Control Program.
    5. Smart Healthy Lifestyle Construction Program - Big data and ICT value-added Utilization (2017-2020).
    6. Holistic Health Promotion and Addiction Prevention program (2019-2022).
    7. Human Health and Chemical Exposure near Taiwan Petrochemical Refineries: school-children-based program (2019-2022). 

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Modify Date:2020-06-01 Publish Date:2019-06-25