Restrictions are forcing general practitioners to quit

THE plight of general/family medical practitioners in Malaysia needs urgent attention as they have been “ignored” over the past decade or more.

A forum held on Sept 16 by the Federation of Private Medical Practitioners Associations Malaysia drove home the seriousness of the third party administrators’ (managed care organisations) quasi regulations on family practitioners, which are also affecting the quality of primary medical care given to patients.

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