Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Dutch Health Inspectorate Concludes Agreements with Blundering Doctors against its own Rules

The Inspectorate for Health Care, (IGZ) makes agreements with various blundering doctors despite the fact that its guiding rules are that it shouldn’t. One of these was the neurologist Jansen Steur who agreed to have his name deleted from the BIG register which is the data bank for people working in health care. This agreement enabled this neurologist to continue to work in Germany. Another one was a vascular surgeon who worked under the influence of alcohol. He also agreed to have his name deleted from the BIG register. He now works in Scotland.

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