The NEA, MOH and AVA said in a joint statement on Friday that there was strong evidence of severe contamination from poor hygiene and food handling practices.
From 1987 to 2007, a guideline of fees was widely used by doctors and patients. In 2010, that guideline was deemed anti-competition. Yet this year, a schedule of fee benchmarks was issued. What has changed?
Published: 04 Dec 2018
In this case involving aesthetic doctors who negligently caused a patient’s death, the Court of Three Judges struck the lead doctor off the register and suspended the assisting doctor for 18 months.
The negligent doctors implicated in the high-profile first liposuction death in Singapore have been ordered to pay some $756,000 in legal costs as assessed by a High Court registrar.
This would be presumptive penalty for displaying serious misconduct, dishonest behaviour: Court of Three Judges
2 found guilty this year of not giving injured workers enough rest; other cases ongoing.
Under proposed changes to the Misuse of Drugs Act, it will be an offence to expose children to drugs or permit a young person to consume drugs.
Under proposed changes to law, they would face shorter jail time, reintegrate sooner into society.
Published: 19 Nov 2018
Introduced: 19 Nov 2018
Security must be tackled at organisational, industry and govt levels, say expert witnesses.
Cyber-security chief urges healthcare sector to change how IT security incidents are reported.
Ler Teck Siang, 36, is appealing against his conviction and sentence on two charges each for abetment of cheating and for giving a false statement to a public servant.
The move to publish the recommended charges comes after the Health Ministry accepted recommendations from the Fee Benchmarks Advisory Committee.
Details of attack were lost due to use of different platforms like WhatsApp, e-mail.
Published: 31 Oct 2018