In the ever evolving world of South African healthcare, medical professionals shoulder the immense responsibility of delivering quality care while safeguarding their professional integrity and financial stability.
In support of the invaluable humanitarian aid provided by Gift of the Givers during times of crisis, which includes selfless acts of kindness by volunteer medical practitioners, EthiQal recently made a donation to support the work of the Foundation.
Humanity has never had as much access to information as we do today. But does this access lead to more knowledge and better healthcare? This is an important question to ask as we enter a new AI-augmented information age, writes Alex Brownlee, CEO of EthiQal and healthcare actuary.
Under the banner of ‘Bringing us together’, SASUOG recently hosted its annual conference where Dr Bettina Taylor was invited to speak about EthiQal’s claims experience relating to obstetric and gynaecological ultrasound examination.
A signature on a consent form without a balanced discussion does not constitute informed consent. So, how do you obtain proper informed consent? We break down the steps to help you understand the basics.
South Africa’s medico-legal problems are well documented. Our healthcare system is vulnerable with many healthcare workers working under stressful conditions, not to mention the uncertainty in relation to the implementation