The Malaysian Telemedicine Blueprint was launched in July 1997, and since then, Malaysia has taken steps to improve and incorporate e-health into its public healthcare system. Regrettably, despite initial efforts to use telemedicine to promote lifelong health in Malaysia, this sector has yet to develop and progress since its initial launch due to inadequate infrastructure, quick finance, and a lack of widespread public support. To achieve Malaysia’s healthcare vision, mission, and goals, the Malaysian government and the Ministry of Health intend to build a developed and advanced healthcare system by utilising modern technology. Our study focuses on how Malaysian citizens perceive and accept the country’s present telemedicine service deployment, one of the most important and challenging trends in the current healthcare system. How well-versed is our Malaysian community in this cutting-edge service? Are Malaysians prepared to use this service to advance? Has the difficulty of putting this service into place been anticipated by our healthcare providers?
Telemedicine is the practice of using electronic information and communication technology to deliver and assist medical care when participants are physically apart. The majority of clinical telemedicine applications have not been investigated to determine their impacts on the quality, accessibility, or cost of healthcare. Even if there isn’t much data to support telemedicine efficacy compared […]
Covid-19 pandemic has turned the world upside down. At the time of writing, the coronavirus crisis had surpassed 60 million confirmed cases globally, affecting 218 countries and territories around the world, with almost 1.5 million deaths. Malaysia is heading towards 68,000 cases with more than 300 deaths and ranked 82nd globally. It is a challenge as it […]