Medical litigation: Judgment on $100k fine clarifies when docs should or shouldn't be taken to task
When a complaint is made, should a case be taken up against a doctor? What constitutes professional misconduct? These and other issues are now clearer, after a court judgment laid out parameters for such decisions.
Aug 8, 2019, 5:00 am SGT
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This is because it spells out very clearly when doctors must be taken to task, and when they should not be. It explains that even when doctors have clearly deviated from the norm, they may not necessarily be guilty of professional misconduct.
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