Chapter 3 Management of Long-Term Care Personnel.
The specific scope of long-term care services published by the central competent authority shall be provided by long-term care personnel.
The training, continuous education and on-the-job training programs for long-term care personnel shall take into account the differences among regions, ethnic groups, genders, specific illnesses and care experiences.
Long-term care personnel shall accept continuous education and on-the-job training with certain accumulation of points.
The regulations for the training, certification, continuous education program and determination of points, validity of certification and the renewal thereof for long-term care personnel shall be established by the central competent authority.
No long-term care personnel shall provide long-term care services unless he/she is enrolled with a long-term care institution, except healthcare providers and social workers who are registered in accordance with other applicable laws and have completed training and certification in accordance with Paragraph 4 of the previous Article and a filing has been done with and approved by the competent authorities.
No long-term care institution shall house any person who is not long-term care personnel to provide the long-term care services in Paragraph 1 of the previous Article.
Any change of registered matter in Paragraph 1 shall be filed for approval within 30 days from the date of change with the competent authority of the place where the long-term care institution is located.
The registration conditions, procedure, location, scope of service, disqualification and cancellation, temporary support and other compliance matters as set forth in Paragraph 1 shall be determined by the central competent authority.
No long-term care personnel shall disclose any other person’s confidential information learned or held due to professional activities unless it is in accordance with the law.