Medical schedule shows hikes of more than 200%


Costlier services: A list of charges put up at a clinic in Pandan Jaya in Kuala Lumpur.

PUTRAJAYA: Private medical fees are up, but there is confusion over the exact percentage of the rise.

While the Health Minister said the increase has been capped at 14.4%, – less than half the amount the Malaysian Medical Association had requested – the medical schedule showed hikes of a more than 200% on certain fee ceilings.

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