Medical Indemnity Reform in Australia: First Do No Harm
Recent medical indemnity changes in Australia were claimed to be valid responses to a litigation crisis. However, the solutions were often misguided, rewarding poor business management, financially penalising the most seriously harmed patients and imposing significant extra costs on taxpayers.
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