COVID-19 Learning & Challenges: Series by HMA

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I would like to thank HMA which had conducted series of Webinar Talks on the Learning & Challenges we face in Asia in combatting Co Vid-19 Pandemic.

Some of the topics I covered during the 15 minute Webinar:

a. Movement Control Order in Malaysia

b. Testing Co-Vid 19

c. Sole Government’s commitment in Co-vid 19 Pandemic

d. Private Hospitals support: Ventilators, Dialysis, Professional Specialist support and   managing Non-Covid 19 patients

e. Indemnity Cover for treating Transferred Patients from Govt hospitals

f.  Private hospitals and Co-Vid 19 testing

g. Post Co-Vid 19: Back in Business for Private Hospitals

h. Tele-consults

i. Issues with PPEs



Datuk Dr Kuljit Singh
Datuk Dr Kuljit Singh is Consultant ENT Surgeon for few years now. He has been active in the social media recently and this project is to further enhance the knowledge in ENT amongst the professionals. He has managed different medical professional and hospital associations and has written widely in the print and social media. Besides that, he has organized various types of conferences and meetings in Malaysia and some in the region. He has been invited at various forums and talk shows to share ideas and thoughts.

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