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全聯會函轉衛生福利部中央健康保險署公告暫予支付新增及異動

全聯會函轉衛生福利部中央健康保險署公告暫予支付新增及異動

「全民健康保險藥物給付項目及支付標準」之藥物品項計168項。

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Introduction

 

The modernization of Taiwanese society began in the period of Japanese rule (1895-1945). Medical science also gradually presented itself in a more modernized form starting in this period. Medical disciplines became gradually clear-cut and categorized into medicine, dentistry (known as odontology at that time), nursing, and pharmacy. In the early years of Japanese rule, there were no dentists in Taiwan. Toward the end of the Japanese period (1945), the number of dentists had increased from a mere 3 in 1901 to 738 (493 Taiwanese). Dentistry education was not officially administered in Taiwan during the period of Japanese rule. The increasing number of dentists can be explained by the following factors: Japanese dentists practicing in Taiwan, Taiwanese dentists returning to Taiwan after successfully completing their studies at Japanese odontology colleges, and Taiwanese students specializing in dentistry after completing their studies of odontology at Taiwanese medical colleges. These dentists practiced in certain areas at specified times. Upon the retrocession of Taiwan, the provincial health bureau initiated the registration of healthcare personnel and issuance of provisional licenses to physicians in 1946. A mere 98 dentists completed the registration procedures possibly due to the withdrawal of the Japanese and the transformed political climate. In the following years, dentistry departments were established in the National Defense Medical Center, NTU College of Medicine, Kaohsiung Medical College, Chung Shan Medical College, Taipei Medical College, Yang Ming Medical College, and China Medical College. In the wake of the establishment of new large-scale medical institutions in 1971 and the initiation of various insurance systems, the number of practicing dentists reached 7026 in 1995 (328 in Tainan City).

Historical archives of dentists and medical practitioners in Tainan City reveal that the earliest record of a practicing dentist in Tainan is Mr. De-En Lin who returned to Taiwan to start his practice in 1919 (8th year of the Taisho Era) after graduating from Osaka Odontology College. The number of practicing dentists reached 15 in 1930 (5th year of the Showa Era). However, no regional organization existed at that time. According to statistical data for 1959 (Tainan City Gazette, Vol.3, Government Affairs, Society Section), Tainan Odontology Association was established with Mr. Qing-Tu Cai as the first registered chairman on March 3, 1946 after the retrocession of Taiwan. At its inception, the association had 26 registered members and was located at No. 61, Zhongshan Rd., Tainan City. In August 1968, the association, which had 50 members at that time, officially registered with the Bureau of Social Affairs of Tainan City Government. In 1976, the association changed its name to Tainan Dental Association. In 1996, a meeting venue was purchased, and the association officially registered with the Tainan District Court. By December 2018, the association had a total of 1086 members, which represents a large-scale increase.

 

衛生福利部中央健康保險署公告修訂「牙醫門診加強感染管制實施方案」,自106年1月1日施行

衛生福利部中央健康保險署公告修訂「牙醫門診加強感染管制實施方案」,自106年1月1日施行,本次重要修訂為新增附件二、牙醫院所感染管制SOP作業考評表並酌修B.軟體方面項目「5.完善廢棄物處置」及「8.器械滅菌消毒」部分評分內容,詳細內容請詳附件。

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