A Research on Health Law System in Taiwan

QIN HUI

Abstract


With the rise of public health and the right to health, health law in Taiwan has gradually developed. According to the official classification criteria in the Legislative Yuan of Taiwan, the content of the health law system there could be divided into ten subsystems, namely, health administrative organic act, medical administration, pharmacy administration, food sanitation, comprehensive health insurance, controlled substances administration, disease control, national health promotion and hygiene administrative affairs, the right and interest of life and health, as well as the guarantee of special populations’ rights and interest. The health law system in Taiwan possesses distinctive characteristics in terms of the system structure, system content and classification management of the personnel.


Keywords


Health law; Health law system; Classification criteria; System content

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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