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QualicoPC

Project name: Quality of Care and Costs of Primary Care (QUALICOPC)
Report title: Quality of Care and Costs of Primary Care (QUALICOPC) Malaysia 2015: Phase 1 – Public Clinics

The Quality and Costs of Primary Care (QUALICOPC) is an international study that evaluates quality, cost, and equity in primary care. Malaysia is the 35th country that implemented the QUALICOPC study and the first in Asia. This study aims to comprehensively evaluate the nation’s primary care delivery system by gathering information on the structure, process, and outcome of primary care services. The Malaysian QUALICOPC study was conducted in primary care clinics from five states in Malaysia (Kelantan, Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Sabah, and Sarawak) and carried out in two phases: Phase 1 (public clinics: August – October 2015) and Phase 2 in 2016 (private clinics: February – June 2016). Standard international QUALICOPC questionnaires were adapted to Malaysian structures and the survey set consisted of: (1) the Practice Questionnaire, (2) the Doctor Questionnaire, (3) the Patient Experience Questionnaire, and (4) the Patient Value Questionnaire.

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