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Private Medical Practitioners & Healthcare NGOs Participation in the National COVID-19 Immunisation Programme

The National COVID-19 Immunisation Programme is a massive nationwide exercise by the Government of Malaysia to immunise the population in Malaysia against the COVID-19 disease that has infected more than 300,000 and claimed over 1,000 lives nationwide.

The programme will be in three phases for different target groups.

Phase 1 (February - April 2021) will involve an estimated 500,000 frontliners.

Phase 2 (April - August 2021) will involve the remainder frontliners, senior citizens (aged 60 and above), high-risk group with chronic diseases and people with disabilities (OKU).

Phase 3 (May 2021 - Feb 2022) will involve the remainder of population aged 18 years and above with priority given to those in red zones. In order to achieve herd immunity, it is vital for the estimated 23 million rakyat in Phase 2 and 3 to be vaccinated.

The Ministry of Health, Malaysia (MOH) has appointed ProtectHealth Corporation Sdn Bhd (ProtectHealth) as the implementer of Private Medical Practitioners participation in the National COVID-19 Immunisation Programme. The MOH will seek the assistance of General Practitioners for the Immunisation Programme during Phase 2 and 3 via ProtectHealth.

ProtectHealth is a wholly-owned subsidiary of ProtectHealth Malaysia, established under the MOH. ProtectHealth is a not-for-profit company that coordinates, administers and manages initiatives related to financing healthcare services as mandated by MOH.

The appointment of ProtectHealth is given based on its experience and capability in registering, coordinating, monitoring and managing the payment processes to GPs for Skim Peduli Kesihatan untuk Kumpulan B40 (PeKa B40).

It is a monumental task to ensure that the estimated 23 million Rakyat in Phase 2 and Phase 3 to be vaccinated and we need your help in doing that! Thereupon, we invite all healthcare professional from general practices, specialist clinics, private hospitals, ambulatory care centres and healthcare NGOs to register with us as ProtectHealth Partner and join us in the National COVID-19 Immunisation Programme.

  • General Practitioner / Specialist Clinic
  • Private Hospital / Ambulatory Care Centre
  • Healthcare Organiser (HCO)
  • Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)
  • Vaccination Model
  • Requirements
  • Registration Process
  • Fee & Payment

Model

Vaccination at Clinic

Description

Provide vaccination at clinic.

Scope of Work

  • Vaccinee pre-vaccination assessment
  • Counselling and consent taking
  • Administer vaccination
  • Observation of post vaccination and Adverse Event Following Immunisation (AEFI)

General Requirements

  • Clinic is registered under Act 586 Private Healthcare Facilities and Services Act 1998
  • Clinic must adhere to the ProtectHealth vaccination manuals
  • Clinic must undergo COVID-19 vaccine specific training that will be provided
  • Clinic is required to have suitable IT devices with internet access for vaccination verification
  • Clinic is required to use system specified by MOH for vaccination program (MYVAS, VMS & VCS)
  • Clinic must wear appropriate PPEs during the vaccination
  • Clinic is expected to perform:
    • COVID-19 Pre-vaccination assessment
    • Consent taking
    • Vaccine administration
    • Post vaccination observation and emergency resuscitation
  • Clinic is required to have adequate number of appropriately trained medical and non-medical staffs
  • Clinic must prepare appropriate emergency equipment to manage emergency cases related to COVID-19 vaccination
  • Clinic is required to have proper cold chain equipment such as cold box, electronic temperature data logger and pharmaceutical fridge (2-8°C)
  • Clinic is required to order & collect vaccines from nearest assigned MOH facilities
  • Clinic is required to have adequate space for patients to wait and be observed post vaccination that adhere to physical distancing requirements

1

Visit ProtectHealth website for registration

2

Fill in the online registration form & upload the required documents into the system

3

ProtectHealth will review the application

4

If approved, the GP/ Specialist Clinic will receive an email notification with Letter of Appointment (LOA)

5

GP/ Specialist Clinic need to agree and sign the LOA

6

Upload the signed LOA into the system

7

ProtectHealth will verify the signed LOA

8

GP/ Specialist Clinic successfully registered as ProtectHealth Partner

RM14 per dose administered

Payment will be made by ProtectHealth to the bank account number provided during registration.

If you are a General Practitioner / Specialist Clinic and is interested to participate, register now:

  • Vaccination Model
  • Requirements
  • Registration Process
  • Fee & Payment

Vaccination at Hospital / ACC

Private Hospital / ACC scope of work

  • Vaccinee pre-vaccination assessment
  • Counselling and consent taking
  • Administer vaccination
  • Observation of post vaccination and Adverse Event Following Immunisation (AEFI)
  • Private Hospital / ACC is registered and licensed under Act 586 Private Healthcare Facilities and Services Act 1998​
  • Private Hospital / ACC must adhere to the ProtectHealth vaccination manuals​
  • Private Hospital / ACC must undergo COVID-19 vaccine specific training that will be provided​
  • Private Hospital / ACC is required to have suitable IT devices with internet access for vaccination verification​
  • Private Hospital / ACC is required to use system specified by MOH for vaccination program (MYVAS, VMS & VCS)​
  • Private Hospital / ACC must wear appropriate PPEs during the vaccination​​
  • Private Hospital / ACC is expected to perform:​
    • COVID-19 Pre-vaccination assessment
    • Consent taking
    • Vaccine administration
    • Post vaccination observation and emergency resuscitation
  • Private Hospital / ACC is required to have adequate number of appropriately trained medical and non-medical staffs
  • Private Hospital / ACC must prepare appropriate emergency equipment to manage emergency cases related to COVID-19 vaccination​
  • Private Hospital / ACC is required to have proper cold chain equipment such as cold box, electronic temperature data logger and pharmaceutical fridge (2-8°C)​
  • Private Hospital / ACC is required to order & collect vaccines from nearest assigned MOH facilities​​
  • Private Hospital / ACC is required to have adequate space for patients to wait and be observed post vaccination that adhere to physical distancing requirements​​

1

Visit ProtectHealth website for registration

2

Fill in the online registration form & upload the required documents into the system

3

ProtectHealth will review the application

4

If approved, the private hospital/ ACC will receive an email notification with Letter of Appointment (LOA)

5

Private hospitals/ ACC need to agree and sign the LOA

6

Upload the signed LOA into the system

7

ProtectHealth will verify the signed LOA

8

Private hospital/ ACC successfully registered as ProtectHealth Partner

RM14 per dose administered

Payment will be made by ProtectHealth to the bank account number provided during registration.

If you are a Private Hospital / ACC and is interested to participate, register now:

  • Vaccination Model
  • Requirements
  • Registration Process
  • Fee & Payment

Model

PPV Integrasi/ PPV Industri

Description

Provide vaccination at designated PPV.

Scope of Work

  • Vaccinee pre-vaccination assessment
  • Counselling and consent taking
  • Administer vaccination
  • Observation of post vaccination and Adverse Event Following Immunisation (AEFI)
  • HCO is registered under Registration of Businesses Act 1956 or equivalent
  • HCO person in charge must be a medical doctor
  • HCO must adhere to the ProtectHealth vaccination manuals​
  • HCO must undergo COVID-19 vaccine specific training that will be provided​
  • HCO is required to have suitable IT devices with internet access for vaccination verification​
  • HCO is required to use system specified by MOH for vaccination program (MYVAS, VMS & VCS)​
  • HCO must wear appropriate PPEs during the vaccination​​
  • HCO is expected to perform:​
    • COVID-19 Pre-vaccination assessment
    • Consent taking
    • Vaccine administration
    • Post vaccination observation and emergency resuscitation
  • HCO is required to have adequate number of appropriately trained medical and non-medical staffs
  • HCO must prepare appropriate emergency equipment to manage emergency cases related to COVID-19 vaccination​
  • HCO is required to have proper cold chain equipment such as cold box, electronic temperature data logger and pharmaceutical fridge (2-8°C)​
  • HCO is required to order & collect vaccines from nearest assigned MOH facilities​​
  • HCO is required to have adequate space for patients to wait and be observed post vaccination that adhere to physical distancing requirements​​​
  •  

1

Visit ProtectHealth website for registration

2

Fill in the online registration form & upload the required documents into the system

3

ProtectHealth will review the application

4

If approved, the HCO will receive an email notification with Letter of Appointment (LOA)

5

HCO need to agree and sign the LOA

6

Upload the signed LOA into the system

7

ProtectHealth will verify the signed LOA

8

HCO successfully registered as ProtectHealth Partner

RM14 per dose administered

Payment will be made by ProtectHealth to the bank account number provided during registration.

If you are a HCO and is interested to participate, register now:

  • Vaccination Model
  • Requirements
  • Registration Process
  • Fee & Payment

Model

Vaccination at facility / Vaccination outside facility

Description

Provide vaccination at facility / vaccination outside facility.

Scope of Work

  • Vaccinee pre-vaccination assessment
  • Counselling and consent taking
  • Administer vaccination
  • Observation of post vaccination and Adverse Event Following Immunisation (AEFI)
  • NGO is registered under Societies Act 1966 or equivalent
  • NGO person in charge must be a medical doctor
  • NGO must adhere to the ProtectHealth vaccination manuals​
  • NGO must undergo COVID-19 vaccine specific training that will be provided​
  • NGO is required to have suitable IT devices with internet access for vaccination verification​
  • NGO is required to use system specified by MOH for vaccination program (MYVAS, VMS & VCS)​
  • NGO must wear appropriate PPEs during the vaccination​​
  • NGO is expected to perform:​
    • COVID-19 Pre-vaccination assessment
    • Consent taking
    • Vaccine administration
    • Post vaccination observation and emergency resuscitation
  • NGO is required to have adequate number of appropriately trained medical and non-medical staffs
  • NGO must prepare appropriate emergency equipment to manage emergency cases related to COVID-19 vaccination​
  • NGO is required to have proper cold chain equipment such as cold box, electronic temperature data logger and pharmaceutical fridge (2-8°C)​
  • NGO is required to order & collect vaccines from nearest assigned MOH facilities​​
  • NGO is required to have adequate space for patients to wait and be observed post vaccination that adhere to physical distancing requirements​​​

1

Visit ProtectHealth website for registration

2

Fill in the online registration form & upload the required documents into the system

3

ProtectHealth will review the application

4

If approved, the NGO will receive an email notification with Letter of Appointment (LOA)

5

NGO need to agree and sign the LOA

6

Upload the signed LOA into the system

7

ProtectHealth will verify the signed LOA

8

NGO successfully registered as ProtectHealth Partner

RM14 per dose administered

Payment will be made by ProtectHealth to the bank account number provided during registration.

If you are a NGO and is interested to participate, register now: