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19 Sep 2014

Dr Andrew Miller Returns to MIIAA Chair

Following the 2014 AGM of the MIIAA, Dr Andrew Miller has been re-elected Chairman of the Association.

Dr Miller's profile is available here

07 Dec 2012

New Chairman for MIIAA

Dr Jonathan Burdon Resumes the Chair

At the 2012 AGM of the MIIAA, Dr Jonathan Burdon was elected Chairman of the Association. He succeeds Dr Andrew Miller who accepted the joint positions of Deputy Chair and Treasurer.

Dr Burdon's profile is available here

21 Mar 2012

MIIAA Position Statement on the Proposed National Injury and Disability Schemes

Catastrophically injured and disabled persons deserve more support to meet their future care costs than the current negligence based tort system of compensation can provide.
The Federal Government is proposing to introduce two complementary schemes to deliver a fairer system of support, that being the state administered National Injury Insurance Schemes (NIIS) and the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
The Medical Indemnity Industry Association of Australia (MIIAA), as the representative voice of the medical indemnity industry, welcomes this intended and important social policy. It has been active in helping develop support for the proposed injury and disability schemes and has been equally active in helping shape the two scheme model.

 MIIAA Injury and Disability Schemes Statement 21 March 12.pdf

23 Jun 2011

Medical Indemnity Industry Calls for Rapid Changes to Mandatory Reporting Requirements for Treating Practitioners

Following the recent release of the Senate Committee Report on The Administration of Health Practitioner Registration by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA), the Medical Indemnity Industry Association of Australia (MIIAA) calls for a rapid response to the issues raised around mandatory reporting by treating colleagues.

14 Jan 2011

MIIAA relocates from Adelaide to Canberra

The MIIAA Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Claire Leonard as its National Coordinator.

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