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Major Policies

HPA Policy Highlights for 2024

. Policy Principles

Constructing a resilient and sustainable primary public health system, strengthening actions to prevent and control non-communicable diseases, integrating various government departments and community resources, enhancing self-health literacy to achieve health for all.

. Policy Goals

Building a supportive environment for physical and psychological health and enhancing health promotion for all across the lifespan.

1.Developing healthy living practices, constructing healthy environments, promoting healthy nutrition and preventing obesity, preventing and controlling tobacco and betel nut hazards, providing diverse smoking cessation services, and creating a tobacco and betel quid-free supportive environment.

2.Establishing a comprehensive healthcare service environment for women, children and reproductive health, expanding the coverage of the subsidies for in vitro fertilization, and improving maternal and child healthcare.

3.Enhancing the accessibility of physical activities for the elderly, establishing national wide Silver Fitness Club and conducting health promotion courses, creating age-friendly and dementia-friendly communities and cities; strengthening the prevention and management of chronic diseases, providing adult preventive health care services, providing health and education guidance for abnormal cases through screening and intervention, and linking the "Metabolic syndrome management program of National Health Insurance" to delay the occurrence of chronic diseases, creating a physical function assessment service model for the elderly to detect functional decline at an early stage and intervening early to prevent and delay the occurrence of disability.

4.In line with the national target of eliminating hepatitis C, HPA subsidizes local governments to strengthen the screening of hepatitis B and C and encourages medical institutions to provide treatment for infected cases.

5.Improving cancer prevention and early detection, elevating the screening rates, follow-up rates and quality of major cancer screenings, developing cancer preventive health care services; promoting an integrated cancer resource network to reduce cancer mortality rates.

6.Enhancing the local people's precision environmental health literacy to prevent environmental hazards; strengthening holistic health promotion and non-communicable disease prevention control and monitoring; enhancing research and development of innovative models for health promotion and disease prevention as well as improving health communication effectiveness.

. Annual Key Performance Indicators

1.Infantmortality rate among indigenous areas and offshore islands maintained at or below the average of the available data from the most recent three years.

2.Under-5 mortality rate among indigenous areas and offshore islands maintained at or below the average of the available data from the most recent three years.

3.Infant mortality rate maintained at or below 4.0‰.

4.Newborn mortality rate maintained at or below 2.4‰.

5.Maternal mortality rate (per 100,000 live births) maintained at or lower than the average of the available data from the most recent three years.

6.Probability of premature death from cancer maintained at or below 7.03%.

7.Probability of premature death from cardiovascular diseases maintained at or below 3.33%.

8.Probability of premature death from diabetes maintained at or below 0.91%.

9.Probability of premature death from chronic respiratory diseases maintained at or below 0.41%.

10.Prevalence of overweight and obesity amongadults maintained at or below 50.8%.

11.Prevalence of insufficient physical activity among adults maintained at or below 43.3%.

12.Prevalence of insufficient physical activity among seniors maintained at or below 56.1%.

13.Maintain the adult smoking rate at or below 12.9%.

14.Maintain the high school student smoking rate at or below 6.8%.

15.Maintain the junior high school student smoking rate at or below the average of the available data from the most recent three years.

16.Prevalence of adults daily consuming 3 servings of vegetables and 2 servings of fruits maintained at or higher than 19.0% for vegetables and 13.9% for fruits in 2022.

17.The recommended daily salt intake for adults maintained at or below 8.4 grams for men and 6.7 grams for women in 2022.

18.The number of cervical, breast, and colorectal cancer screening reaching 4.3 million.

. Major Policy Plans

1.5th National Cancer Prevention and Control Program (2024-2030)

2.National Hepatitis and Liver Cancer Prevention and Control Program (2021-2025)

3.Tobacco Control Program

4.Research on Holistic Health Promotion and Addiction Prevention and Control (2024-2027)

5.Sustainable Development Strategies for a Healthy Planet - Building Precision Environmental Health through Exposure Science (2023-2026)

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