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MOH Malaysia to improve overcrowding at public clinics
 

MOH Malaysia to improve overcrowding at public clinics

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The Malaysian Health Minister has announced plans to upgrade clinics and introduce new services that will help accommodate the surge in patients and reduce congestion and public health facilities.
 
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2 Dec 2016 - General
 
Just thinking out loud and playing devil’s advocate, I have heard that currently fees are really low in government healthcare institutions. I wonder if any patients who might not have needed care are actually using the care services, hence over utili...
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It is nice to learn that the government of Malaysia is taking such constructive steps to improve the healthcare system of the country. Such reforms and regulations that are made on the national level affect the growth of the country in a positive way...
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Glad that Malaysia are making ways to improve its public health services. It is really true that in public clinic, plenty of patients are waiting for their turn to be examined by doctors and they even have to alot another time to wait for their medic...
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I am thankful to Tahira Nawaz , Madhubabu kaaja and Mark Edmon Tan ...
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I agree with Madhubabu kaaja that Malaysian healthcare is making huge strides. The Ministry of Health is coming up with ideas that can potentially decongest the long queues. Making appointme...
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Malaysian healthcare is positively increasing from past 10 to 15 years. Government hospitals are affordable to general public but I don't have idea about minimum fees for out patient charges and other surgery charges between private hospitals and...
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As mentioned by the Ministry of the health of Malaysia that they have improved the facilities and services to encourage the more people to visit Government hospital therefor it results in congestion and overcrowding at government clinics. Now MOH Mal...
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Government hospitals in Malaysia are having the biggest load of patients everyday. That is why queuing for some time is not uncommon. The efforts to solve crowded hospitals should be encouraged. I believe the best approach to achieve this goal is by ...
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