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MALAYSIA’S largest private healthcare provider, KPJ Healthcare Bhd, has today unveiled its renewed focus which outlined its aspirations for growth.
President and MD Datuk Mohd Shukrie Mohd Salleh (picture) said aside from optimising the internal processes and care delivery, KPJ Healthcare will also look into its current businesses and investment portfolios domestically and internationally.
“Additionally, it is crucial to identify new business opportunities for growth and to strengthen trust between our shareholders and stakeholders alike,” he said in a statement today.
Mohd Shukrie also noted that KPJ Healthcare has a well-earned reputation for delivering exceptional health treatment, care and diagnosis in the country.
He said it is crucial for KPJ Healthcare to execute its digital transformation roadmap and upgrade the Hospital Information System to deliver a remarkable experience for its patients while increasing patient safety and efficiency.
“The impact of the pandemic on our business in the region for the last two years has been carefully studied, serving us with more knowledge and clear datasets to remain agile and responsive.
“In this new operating environment, we will reposition our business and grow sustainably to achieve our value creation promise through clear and differentiated healthcare solutions offered to the market,” he added.
On top of that, KPJ Healthcare is currently undertaking a strategic review of its business units and corporate structure as part of its proactive measures to drive synergistic cost savings and efficiency gains.
Efforts in this area include reviewing its performance data to optimise cost and resource base, operational excellence and continuous improvement initiatives which will enable KPJ Healthcare to invest in growth opportunities and deliver sustainable returns.
“We will focus on digital healthcare to provide the market with convenient access to superior healthcare, as well as venturing into providing new services and innovation such as precision medicine, and wellness, among others,” Mohd Shukrie said.