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8. An assessment of the proposed method in this section is made so that accurate data can be ensured.
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簡要的描述管理方案所關心的事項 Our project team expressed concern over how to upgrade the quality of medical waste disposal firms island wide. 闡明特定部門或客戶所關心的工業環境 Taiwanese hospitals must effectively cope with not only severe budgetary constraints in the national health insurance scheme, but also stringent mandates on medical waste treatment from the Environmental Protection Administration. While hospitals dispose of large amounts of medical waste to ensure sanitation and personal hygiene, doing so inefficiently creates potential environmental hazards and increases operational expenses. The environmental protection sector is just beginning to address harmful waste that the waste treatment sector is emitting, largely owing to the lack of effective management experience in closely monitoring daily operations. 介紹管理問題However, the scope of services that medical waste disposal firms provides does not always match the needs of individual hospitals. According to the Environmental Protection Administration, although 456 medical waste disposal firms were operating by the end of 2000, their small-scale size limited its scope of services in handling certain wastes. Therefore, the ability to efficiently handle medical waste depends on the ability of hospitals to adopt sound waste management practices and coordinate their efforts with waste disposal firms. However, Taiwanese hospitals lack an objective criterion to select the most appropriate waste disposal firm and evaluate its performance, instead relying on their own subjective judgment and previous experiences. According to Department of Health statistics, with approximately 17,500 hospital clinics operating domestically with a bed capacity of roughly 120,000 beds, nearly 300 metric tons of medical waste are produced daily; among which, 15% is infectious, with its amount increasing as well. Given the growth trend of increasing medical waste, the inability of hospitals to adopt an objective means of evaluating a waste disposal firm and its performance may lead to an inappropriate selection and higher operational costs, necessitating the development of an effective means of evaluating the performance of waste disposal firms objectively, thus reducing overhead costs and enhancing medical waste management. Owing to that either hospital staff or contracted waste firms must handle the medical waste, such a mechanism would set an allocated budget for medical waste disposal and closely monitor expenditures. Previously, while most hospitals had facilities to process medical waste, expenses incurred were must higher than contracting a firm to perform the task. Therefore, as most hospitals contract waste disposal firms to handle their waste, administrators need a reliable method to select the most appropriate contracted firm in order to closely monitor and reduce expenditures associated with this process.