Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Commercialising Biotech: Bringing Research To Life

Dr Cameron Ferris, Commercialisation Manager, The iQ Group Global explores while fundamental research is important, the ultimate goal for many biotechnology researchers is that their efforts would have a direct impact beyond the lab — to improve or save lives.
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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

​Why insurance cover for legal expenses is important

Nihal D’Cruz, MIGA Business Development Manager – Corporate Relationships explores why insurance cover for legal expenses is important When doctors think of medical indemnity insurance, their first thought is compensation claims and the large sums that can be awarded to patients.

However for many of our clients their reliance on their insurance cover doesn’t just relate to compensation claims, it extends to the legal expenses cover needed to defend themselves in relation to a complaint or disciplinary action.  More...

Thursday, July 06, 2017

The value of having your own insurance in the hospital setting is not always obvious

Nihal D’Cruz, MIGA Business Development Manager – Corporate Relationships explains why the value of having your own insurance in the hospital setting is not always obvious. A recent survey of MIGA clients asked doctors working in the public hospital system questions about their medical indemnity insurance arrangements. The results highlighted that only 41% of hospital doctors know what they are covered for in the indemnity provided by their hospital and only 50% understand why they should have their own insurance as a ‘back up’ to the cover provided by their hospital.
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Thursday, July 06, 2017

Violent patients- A risk to you and themselves

Nihal D’Cruz, MIGA Business Development Manager – Corporate Relationships examines violent patients and why they are a risk to you and themselves.
Violent attacks on health practitioners have become increasingly common, whether in a hospital or the practitioners’ consulting rooms. The very people that are trying their best to help the public are under attack.

A patient’s violent behaviour may be due to their underlying personality, a medical condition, intoxication by drugs and/or alcohol, or a combination of these.  More...

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