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- v. Present participle of overservice.
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They probably aren't hurt much by attempts to rein in overservicing, either.
With this measure the HPCSA wanted to prevent overservicing, like doing unnecessary tests or X-rays, the registrar said.
Whether or not that works, there is a real risk in overservicing them, which ultimately hurts other, more valuable customers.
Speaking at the briefing earlier, Dr Venter said she was concerned about the overservicing of patients.
According to the HPCSA, doctors are coerced into signing acknowledgement of debt agreements when there are allegations of overservicing of patients and/or claiming for services that were not registered by the practitioners registered with the council.