One of the most vulnerable groups in society is those living in poverty. Not being blessed with high, stable incomes leaves them in a more vulnerable position to be trapped in a downward spiral of lost income and high healthcare costs. Even in a country like Malaysia, where the majority of healthcare provisions and medicine are free or at a minimal cost, there are still a number of factors that limit the poor’s access to them.
While poverty does not automatically determine a person’s health status, although it can significantly influence it. Download this whitepaper as it briefly outlines seven healthcare trends among those in the low-income group.
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