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The risk of governance failure: South Africa 2014

Article by Terrance M. Booysen, CEO, CGF Research Institute (Pty) Ltd A continent known for opportunity For many centuries Africa has been known as a continent where only the ‘toughest of tough’ ...
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Multi-stakeholder approach needed to meet the long-term care challenge, says Swiss Re sigma study

The funding and provision mechanisms for long-term care (LTC) of the elderly are unsustainable, not comprehensive and often non-existent The burden of providing care will increasingly fall on individuals, but ...
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Fair treatment and transparency go hand in hand

Richard Rattue, managing director Compli-serve SA It is difficult to open the industry press at present without coming across the words ‘fair treatment’. It is, of course, a derivative of the Treating ...
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Spotlight on celebrities and their cancer stories

Breast Cancer Awareness takes centre stage this October What do Kylie Minogue, Sheryl Crow and Christina Applegate all have in common besides being world famous, A-list celebrities? Not only are they wealthy ...
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Making a difference by teaching South Africans how to save a life

‘Save a life’ with Netcare by learning how to do CPR Trauma is a major cause of death and disability in South Africa resulting in as many as 70 000 deaths per year with another 3. 5 million people ...
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Allowing private sector to train doctors is key to alleviating SA’s skills shortages.

Licensing private institutions to train doctors could help reduce South Africa’s shortage of doctors and effectively deal with the country’s burden of disease, Mariné Erasmus, from economic consultancy ...
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Price controls unlikely to encourage competition, says former UK Competition Commissioner

Introducing price controls in the private healthcare market to improve competition should be a remedy of the last resort, according to the former Deputy Chairman of the UK Competition Commission, Peter Davis. Davis, ...
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Capping medical malpractice claims could reduce doctors’ insurance costs

The capping of medical malpractice claims was one way to deal with the spiralling costs related to medical defence cases burdening the healthcare sector, according to Donald Dinnie, a Director at law firm Norton ...
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Australian healthcare system provides key lessons for South Africa

A mixed public-private sector provider model could lead to increased access to better quality healthcare for patients in South Africa, Michael Roff, CEO of the Australian Private Hospital Association, said. ...
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Transparency key to improving quality, says US healthcare expert

Hospitals could improve quality by increasing transparency around clinical data, such as infection and mortality rates, Paul Levy, the former CEO of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston in the US ...
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Manage demand and not supply of medical services to increase access, experts hear

Instead of focusing on the Certificate of Need (CON) to manage distribution of healthcare services across urban and rural areas, government should instead focus on the demand side, delegates at the Hospital Association ...
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South African healthcare system in for a major shake-up says minister

Minister of Health Aaron Motsoaledi said today (15 October 2014) that South Africa will undergo a massive reorganisation of its healthcare system in coming years as it tries to increase access and improve quality ...
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Alternatives to ‘Certificate of Need’ essential to improve access to healthcare

The Dental Association of South Africa (SADA) has said there are far less restrictive ways of improving access to healthcare in under-serviced rural areas than the controversial Certificate of Need. ...
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GEMS could provide important lessons for a state’s proposed NHI

GEMS could provide important lessons for a state’s proposed NHI because it has showed it is possible to improve quality, while reducing costs The Government Employees Medical Scheme (GEMS) could provide ...
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Certificate of Need has introduced much uncertainty into healthcare delivery, says HASA chair

Uncertainty around the proposed Certificate of Need, was discouraging investment in healthcare, the Chairman of the Hospital Association (HASA), Melanie Da Costa, said. ...
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Obamacare a step in the right direction

Obamacare a step in the right direction towards universal healthcare coverage in the US, says expert. As South Africa heads towards universal health coverage through the National Health Insurance System, the Affordable ...
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