National health insurance was implemented in 1995 in Taiwan, currently, 99% of Taiwan's total population has participated in this system. It completely solves the disparity of medical resources sharing, leads the equal rights of receiving medical treatment. In addition, the interaction mode of patients and doctors has changed through the years in a result. In all, the implementation is a revolution to Taiwan healthcare industry.
This program takes you into the evolution and current operation of this healthcare system by illustrating the development and regulation from different aspects, such as medical education, resource allocation and hospital accreditation. Also, it reveals various problems and challenges derived from exiting mechanism.