Minister assures there's still time for talks on Peka B40

Koh Jun Lin

Modified 20 Feb 2019, 3:15 pm

Amid concerns raised over the Peka B40 scheme, Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad has assured that there is still time for the ministry to reach an amicable solution with healthcare providers.

Dzulkefly said that the engagement process with healthcare providers is ongoing, noting that he would like their support for the healthcare programme.

“We have always been engaging even until now. We still have time to engage further on the role of pharmacists, of general practitioners, of our own facilities, clinics...

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