Dr Ridzwan Bakar, a cardiologist trained in Malaysia, UK and the US, has been involved in a wide spectrum of healthcare activities, ranging from being a clinician, medical school lecturer, academician, hospital manager, corporate leader, medical tourism writer to being the President of the Asian Hospital Federation a few years ago. He is a Fellow of the Royal Colleges of Physicians in the British Isles (all 4 of them!) and the American College of Cardiology. He attended formal courses in hospital management conducted by Harvard, Mayo Clinic and Wharton’s.
In this blog, he hopes to provide insight into how healthcare has changed in recent times and perhaps suggest how individuals, organisations and countries could benefit. Thanks for reading!
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