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Lin Tzou-yien – Minister of Health & Welfare of the Republic of China (Taiwan)

UntitledIn an exclusive interview conducted on the 22nd of December 2016, Taiwan’s Minister of Health and Welfare Lin Tzou-yien discussed improving Taiwan’s National Health Insurance (NHI), ensuring that Taiwanese patients can access innovative treatments, and nurturing the development of Taiwan’s thriving R&D-driven pharmaceutical and biotech industries.

Minister Lin, you became Taiwan’s Minister of Health and Welfare on May 20 2016, after having held the position of Deputy Minister of Health and Welfare over the past five years. What is the healthcare vision you want to instill under your tenure?

Taiwan’s National Health Insurance (NHI) system was implemented in 1995 with the ambition to set up universal healthcare in the country and ensure that our entire population can access quality and comprehensive healthcare services. In many regards, the NHI has already achieved this fundamental mission, and it is now proudly regarded as one of the best social security systems in the world and as a proud frontrunner in Asia.



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