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Whose Side Are You, Doc

A small band of warriors continues its dogged fight against medical negligence

Whose Side Are You, Doc
Narendra Bisht
Whose Side Are You, Doc
outlookindia.com
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Survival Strategy

Tips from People for Better Treatment to make your battle less tough

  • Always insist on a post-mortem and based on that file a police complaint under Section 304 of IPC.
  • ake an immediate written request for complete Medical Records citing Section 1.3.2 of the MCI’s Code of Ethics and Regulations.
  • Keep original documents with you.
  • Write a complaint with detailed evidence (photocopies) to the state medical council with copy to PBT, MCI and the state health ministry
  • Discuss possible “civil” (for compensation) within 2 years and “criminal” case, where appropriate; prepare case with help from a doctor.

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