It appears that the dentist who made wrong Medisave claims has been dealt with very leniently ("MOH acts against dentist over wrong Medisave claims"; Tuesday).
Why are warning letters issued only after the third and fourth infringements?
Isn't one infringement already one too many?
Why was the dentist not prosecuted or suspended from practice, and made to pay a penalty for the wrongly claimed sum?
Perhaps the Singapore Dental Council and Attorney-General's Chambers can explain the issue?
Soo Weng Keong
This article was first published on December 6, 2014.
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