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Doctors take insurers on over curbs [China]

Author: Chester Yung, Standard [Hong Kong, China], Published on: 2 August 2006

Private doctors have called on the government to regulate against unsuitable clauses in medical insurance schemes that could put patients at risk..."It is not simply a matter of money but of life and death,"...Medical Association chairman Choi Kin...said...[quoting] a report by the Medical Council [as saying] that a major insurance company...had imposed "unreasonable conditions" on doctors...limiting the number of repeat visits a patient can make to clinics...The Medical Council warned these clauses would lower the standard of heath care to a dangerous level.

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