EthiQal and Netcare partnership is an innovative first for healthcare in South Africa

In a landmark partnership between EthiQal, a division of Constantia Insurance Company Limited, and leading private healthcare provider, Netcare, specialists can reduce their medico-legal risk while also receiving a financial

South African medical-legal reform: Modernising the system or a knee-jerk reaction?

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

Terminating a doctor – patient relationship

Sometimes it may be appropriate to stop being someone’s doctor. When you decide to end the relationship with your patient, it is often perceived in a negative way by the

Quinquennial Celebrations

As we near the end of 2021 and celebrate EthiQal’s 5th birthday, I reflect on the past remarkable five years. EthiQal’s foundation documents from 2016 capture the early mission statement

Welcome to The Nebula: EthiQal is powered by a new policy administration system

EthiQal launched a new IT system “Nebula” in May this year. We identified the need to replace the existing IT system in 2020, with the intention that the right technology

The role and importance of Medico-legal insurance

Alex Brownlee answers a few questions about the role and importance of Medico-legal insurance.

EthiQal-OHH partnership continues to make a difference in 2021 – 500 pro bono surgeries achieved

EthiQal, South Africa’s only professional medical indemnity provider, has partnered financially with Operation Healing Hands (OHH) for a third year running, to provide life-changing and life-saving surgeries in the public

There’s no better time to say ‘Thank You, Doctor’

Doctor’s Day is celebrated on 16 November to acknowledge and thank South African doctors for the exceptional services they deliver on a daily basis. EthiQal is proud to continue to

Doctors spreading unfounded opinions about COVID-19: What are the implications?

Source: Med Brief Africa One of the big challenges in curbing the Covid-19 pandemic worldwide has been the polarisation of beliefs around key issues such as vaccines, treatments, the implementation