Principles and Importance
To deliver outstanding healthcare services and innovation, high-potential employees are vital in driving corporate strategy. BDMS values its importance and understands that human capital development can promote talent attraction and collaboration on organizational advancement.
Employee Training and Development
The Education and Training Committee, Human Resources Department and trainers must comply with the training and development policy for clinical and non-clinical employees, including recruits, contracted and part-time employees. This is to ensure their understanding of the company’s direction, their responsibilities and the hospital quality system.
BDMS Employee Training Target
BDMS evaluates the necessity of employee training by considering the corporate strategy direction, training needs, competency evaluation, obstacles during the operations, qualitative information, new technologies and regulations. This is to prepare an individual development plan and organize the training with the medical organization, nurse organization and quality center. BDMS sets the training target at 30 hours yearly to develop the knowledge and ability to become skilled and expert clinical and non-clinical personnel.