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Laws must change if State hopes to limit medical malpractice awards

By Jay Page Senior Associate and Toni Dammert, Candidate Attorney, Medical Malpractice and Insurance at Bowmans A recent appeal court judgment has held that the State cannot offer free future medical treatment ...
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Cape Law Society issues statement on MEC’s comments regarding medical malpractice suits

By Lulama Lobi, Acting President of The Cape Law Society On behalf of the Council of the Cape Law Society Placing the blame for medical malpractice suits at the door of attorneys will not lead to the improvement ...
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The importance of referral letters when operating in a co-ordinated care environment

By Cape Medical Plan Co-ordinated care is not a new concept to the healthcare and medical scheme world, but it is one that hasn’t been utilised in South Africa for a long time. Co-ordinated care involves ...
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Yay or Nay to Demarcation Regulations?

By Marcel du Toit, CEO Optivest Health Solutions The demarcation between health insurance and medical schemes has a long history, going back as far as 2000 after the enactment of the Medical Schemes Act no. ...
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Diseases of lifestyle represent an important threat to SA’s future

Non-communicable disease ‘epidemic’ needs to be addressed by all South Africans   Diseases related to unhealthy lifestyles and poor diets represent a growing health and economic burden in ...
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Workplace stress: a real organisational risk

Article by Dr Dicky Els and Terrance M. Booysen   It is imperative that the impact of work-related stress and the negative impact of distress be incorporated into the organisation’s enterprise-wide ...
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The once-and-for-all rule for delictual damages

    Patrick Bracher, Director Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa Inc.     A person who claims for damages sustained as a result of injuries negligently caused ...
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What's Your Back Pocket Story?

      Jacques de Villiers www. jacquesdevilliers. com       There are times in the life of a professional speaker where he or she is going to run into ...
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Defining the boundaries: Retention of medical records

              Tarryn Paterson, an associate at Hogan Lovells (South Africa) Supervising partner: Leishen Pillay         Medical ...
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Emergency room and GP visits

By Cape Medical Plan Believe it or not, South Africa is at the forefront of emergency room protocols. This is thanks to our superior system of sorting patients into different priorities based on their degree ...
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Largest African Healthcare Congress to Drive Change in Healthcare Industry

Scientific and technological breakthroughs are changing the way doctors treat and manage diseases. However, many developing nations across Africa still lack basic resources and infrastructure to provide quality ...
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Oneplan Health Insurance launches Air Angels in partnership with Bryte Insurance and ER24

Affordable, emergency helicopter services now available to South Africans   Johannesburg, South Africa: Oneplan Health Insurance (Oneplan), an affordable healthcare provider, has partnered with business ...
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Govt launches new five-year plan on HIV, TB, STIs

Pretoria: Friday (31 March 2017) will see Government launching the National Strategic Plan (NSP) for the next five years, on HIV, Tuberculosis (TB) and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). Cabinet approved the ...
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Gauteng Health appoints hospital boards, clinic committees

Pretoria: The Gauteng Department of Health has appointed hospital boards to strengthen the management of hospitals around the province. The department has appointed 161 board members, up by 53% from the initial ...
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Law Society seriously concerned at unsubstantiated allegations against attorneys regarding medical negligence claims

The Law Society of South Africa (LSSA) voices its serious concern at the allegations made against the attorneys’ profession at last week’s joint sitting of Parliament’s Standing Committee on Appropriations ...
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New hope in fight against drug-resistant TB

By More Matshediso Pretoria: The introduction of Delamanid, a Japanese manufactured drug, has ushered in new hope in the fight against multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) in South Africa. Delamanid, manufactured ...
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