The criminal conviction of a UK doctor for gross negligence manslaughter shocked the Australian medical community. We examine the implications for Australia.
Australia's Notifiable Data Breach legislation has come into effect, leaving healthcare organisations at risk of fines of up to $1.8m for failing to disclose a breach.
Following the investigation into the death of a paramedic in 2015, Ambulance Victoria was found guilty of breaching the OHS Act.
From 12 March, Victorian patients will be able to create legally binding advance care directives.
Surprisingly few managers know how to deal with bullying. There are also misconceptions as to what constitutes bullying. We set the record straight.
A Melbourne doctor was convicted and fined after being found guilty of continuing to practise medicine while unregistered and under suspension.
A new agreement should ensure patients save money in insurance costs.
The clinic made unsubstantiated claims in its advertising, leading to prosecution.
An online petition by Sydney teenager Gidon Goodman has led to the NSW Governement's decision to cut the cost of parking at public hospitals for patients and visitors most in need.