IHH calls for medical PPP to continue to create better healthcare system in Malaysia


IHH Healthcare managing director and chief executive officer Dr Kelvin Loh

KUALA LUMPUR: IHH Healthcare Bhd has called for the public-private partnership (PPP) in the healthcare system, formed during the COVID-19 crisis, to continue so that the country can better navigate any uncertainties in the future by maximising all possible resources.

Managing director and chief executive officer (CEO) Dr Kelvin Loh said neither the public nor private sector could ever cater to a crisis like COVID-19 working in silos.

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