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‘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 requiring some form of health care as a result of trauma- related injuries and complications ...
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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, who is now Executive Vice President at Compass Lexecon, was speaking at the ...
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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 Rose Fulbright in South Africa. Speaking at the Hospital Association of South Africa (HASA) ...
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