Antibiotics: should patients always finish their course?
A recent article published in the British Medical Journal targets the ongoing debate on whether patients should stop taking antibiotics as soon as they feel better – rather than completing the course. The new research provides evidence that the duration of treatment can be safely reduced for specific infections.
Leading the way to build a culture of trust
Mediclinic has become the first healthcare provider in South Africa to publish patient satisfaction results based on its Patient Experience Index (PEI) – a survey that was introduced in association with internationally recognised leaders in this field, Press Ganey.