Government rejects compensation plan for vexatious complaints

The federal government has rejected suggestions for a compensation and recourse scheme for doctors who are victims of vexatious complaints to AHPRA. In May 2017, a Senate inquiry tasked with investigating AHPRA’s complaints mechanism recommended the regulator and national boards develop a framework for identifying and dealing with vexatious complaints. These are defined as groundless complaints ...

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