Could we bring the hospital to the home?


Certain patients can be treated at home, rather than the hospital, with the assistance of home visits, video calls, remote monitoring devices and educational materials. — Filepic

In a world grappling with overcrowded hospitals, Malaysia, much like other nations, is at a pivotal juncture in healthcare.

Patients waiting for hours, even days, for a hospital bed has become a pressing issue – one that affects both public and private healthcare institutions.

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