Chapter X Supplementary Provisions
The establishment and management of subsidiary medical care institutions of military authority and other non-governmental subsidiary care institutions shall be governed by the provisions of the Act. However, the management of subsidiary medical care institutions which are involved in matters of national security shall be governed in accordance with the provisions established by the Ministry of National Defense.
Medical care institutions established prior to the coming into effect of the amendment of the Act, which do not conform to the provisions provided under the Act, shall make the corrections within one year of the coming into effect of the amendment of the Act. Those which do not make the corrections within the given time period shall have their permits revoked by the original issuing authority. However, those with special circumstances and cannot make the corrections within one year may apply for an extension with the approval of the central competent authority.
Bone setting technician licenses issued by the competent authority prior to the implementation of the Act shall continue to be valid, the regulations regarding the management of which shall be determined by the central competent authority.
The central competent authority shall collect accreditation fee for the accreditation of hospitals. The municipal or county (city) competent authority shall collect license fee for the issuance of licenses in accordance with the Act.
The amount of accreditation fee and license fee referred to in the preceding Paragraph shall be determined by the central competent authority.
The Enforcement Rules of the Act shall be established by the central competent authority.
The Act shall become effective on the date of promulgation.