Consult all stakeholders before acting

  • Letters
  • Monday, 06 May 2019

THE Medical Practitioners Coalition Association of Malaysia (MPCAM) echoes the Malaysian Medical Association’s (MMA) stand that privately-owned clinics could close shop if controls on drug prices come into effect, ignoring the harmonisation of the fee schedule of private general pratitioners.

The MPCAM is concerned that the Cabinet rejected the proposal to harmonise the General Practitioner Fee schedule with that of Medical Officers in private medical centres which was inadvertently left out of the Private Health Care Facilities and Services Act 2006.

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