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Insurtech Collaboration Between Insurers And Healthcare Providers Will Transform The Healthcare Expe
Insurtech is thriving – evidenced by the $8.5 billion insurtech investment raised in the last five years. But as the insurtech market becomes more saturated,
China
5 Dec 2019
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Opioid Cases Scheduled For Trial In New York
A New York State case against manufacturers of opioid products has been scheduled for trial in March 2020.
United States
3 Dec 2019
3
New Talc-Related Medical Literature Published
Two new journal articles have been published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine with respect to talc exposure and human mesothelioma.
United States
3 Dec 2019
4
PFAS Class Actions Developments: A Road Map Of Potential Liability Risks
The largest class action in Australia has been announced, with 40,000 people suing the Australian Government for Per- and poly-fluroalkyl substances (PFAS) contamination
Australia
29 Nov 2019
5
CBIRC Issues Newly-Revised Health Insurance Regulations
On 12 November 2019, China's Banking & Insurance Regulatory Commission ("CBIRC") published its newly-revised Health Insurance Regulations ("Revised Regulations")
China
20 Nov 2019
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Secondary Victim Claims: Application For Strike Out Succeeds
In the recent case of Paul v Wolverhampton Health Authority [2019] EWHC 2893, the defendant was successful in its application for strike out of two secondary victims claims.
UK
19 Nov 2019
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ASHE (2000) 6115 2019: The Rising Cost Of Care…
The 2019 data for the equivalent ASHE (SOC 2000) 6115, wages of care workers, home carers and senior care workers has been published together with the revised 2018 data.
UK
12 Nov 2019
8
E-Cigarette Cases Filed In New York State Court
E-cigarette cases filed in New York state court amidst ongoing controversy, legislation, and research on the products.
United States
11 Nov 2019
9
Rammazini Institute, IARC Slammed On Transparency Issues
Rammazini Institute and International Agency for Research on Cancer criticized for conflict of interest on glysophate research.
UK
11 Nov 2019
10
Irresponsible, Unreasonable And Illogical: Scrutiny Of Informed Consent Procedures
If a clinician seeks consent from a patient using the same process as other practitioners in their field, is that enough to demonstrate that they acted reasonably?
UK
11 Nov 2019
11
National Toxicology Program Issues Toxicological Profile For Silica
The US National Toxicology Program has issued a toxicological profile for crystalline and amorphous silica, a compound linked to silicosis and lung cancer.
UK
11 Nov 2019
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Covert Recordings Of Medical Examinations: Amiss But Admissible
Covert recordings of claimants have long been a powerful weapon for many a defendant. However, a recent English judgment may be ushering ...
UK
4 Nov 2019
13
For Your Ears Only: Claimant Allowed To Rely On Covert Recording Of Expert Examination
The High Court has recently considered the question of whether evidence covertly obtained by one of the parties
UK
30 Oct 2019
14
HSSIB: A Safe Place In Healthcare
The first reading of a Bill which will implement the NHS' long-term plan in England to establish an independent body to investigate serious healthcare incidents took place in the House of Lords last week.
UK
30 Oct 2019
15
Middle East Deal Study 2019
Now in its fourth edition, the Clyde & Co Middle East Deal Study is a one of a kind report. By analysing data from the deals Clyde & Co has advised on in the region it gives an unparalleled...
United Arab Emirates
29 Oct 2019
16
The Doctor Will Report You Now: Healthcare And The Smacking Ban In Scotland
The Scottish Parliament has passed the long-awaited smacking ban. Wales is likely to follow suit. Doctors, teachers and social workers already have to consider child protection issues
UK
23 Oct 2019
17
When Listening Without Prejudice To A Careless Whisper, We Must All Be Praying For Time
Despite the unwarranted taking of the title of at least one of my favourite tracks of all time, I felt moved to address the other side of the coin
UK
17 Oct 2019
18
Does A Caesarean Section For A Patient Who Lacks Capacity Always Require A Court Order?
We recently helped our NHS Trust client to obtain an emergency Order from the Court of Protection to perform a c-section for a patient who lacked the mental capacity to consent or refuse.
UK
9 Oct 2019
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"Thin" Claim Dismissed By Court
The claimant, DB, alleged that she was not warned of the risks of having thin nasal skin prior to rhinoplasty, that the surgery was performed incompetently ...
UK
7 Oct 2019
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Social Media Use By Healthcare Professionals In The UAE
The Dubai Health Authority has issued Guidelines for Medical Advertisement Content on Social Media. The Guidelines provide for organisational accountability
UK
27 Sep 2019
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