BAILIDA Mobile Inspection Screen Donation Ceremony.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread rapidly, health care workers on the front line have been facing a tremendous pressure of increasing numbers of screening tests and the availability of the medical protective equipment. Dr. Yu-Chi Tseng, founder of the TPER, first proposed the concept of medical examination screen in the Facebook physician group; under the recommendation of Dr. Tien-Jen Liu, BAILIDA began to develop the screen. In the meantime, Dr. Chi-Wei Wei, Director of the Emergency Department of Tungs' Taichung MetroHarbor Hospital, also provided his clinical experience and completed the design together. As the COVID-19 pandemic spread in Europe and the United States, BAILIDA was fully mobilized to complete the proof of the concept and the product development in two weeks.
The benefits of BAILIDA's mobile inspection screens, which provide physical protection to reduce the pressure on the inspection team and allow for flexible deployment, were made known to Professor P. Y. Chu, the founder of EMBA of National Chiao Tung University and also an independent director of Hsin Kuang Steel. Professor Chu soon engaged in a joint donation of 156 BAILIDA mobile inspection screens by MACHAN International together with Hsin Kuang Steel and Sigma-Care Development.
Under the arrangement of Chairman Hong Jen Chang (the first Director of the CDC / former General Manager of the Health Insurance Bureau / Deputy Director of the Department of Health), the Disease Control Administration of the Ministry of Health and Welfare was responsible for assigning these mobile inspection screen to the primary COVID-19 screening medical institutions in Taiwan. Through Dr. Tien-Jen Liu's collaboration between the medical community and the industry, MACHAN International, who cares passionately this land, developed and co-donated the project with Hsin Kuang Steel and Sigma-Care Development in order to protect the healthcare staffs and support the government under the concept of an alternative National Epidemic Prevention Team.