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February 2017
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HTML if freeTransferring a patient or receiving a transferred patient - A double-edged sword for both the hospitals Highly accessed article p. 17
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"Arbitrary policies" framed/followed by a government hospital - "Gross medical negligence," holds National Consumer Commission p. 20
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Patients should not suffer due to the internal protocols/administrative formalities - National Consumer Commission p. 23
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A doctor scribbling a drug on a piece of paper could be inviting trouble p. 25
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Extra caution required in charging a "Discharge/Leave against medical advice"(DAMA/LAMA) patient p. 27
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Failure to follow the standard/accepted protocol is negligence whereas failure to get the indicated/desired results may not be negligence p. 30
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Precautions in handing over the "investigation requisition form" to the patient p. 31
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Expert opinion of doctors having "higher qualifications and more experience has to be preferred" p. 33
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