Mr Sam Cohen’s story is so interesting, that he has made it into a publication called ‘Health Voices’ which is a journal of the Consumers Health Forum of Australia. The publication says that ‘Health Voices’ ‘promotes debate on issues of interest to health consumers, government and industry’. We are also told that, ‘The Consumers Health forum of Australia (CHF) is the national peak body representing the interests of Australian healthcare consumers. CHF works to achieve safe, quality, timely healthcare for all Australians, supported by accessible health information and systems.’
Page 9 of the publication, which you can download from this link , showcases the case study which you can also see below. This is in addition to Mr Cohen starring in HCCC’s Annual Report . Pretty soon, IHRB and Mr Cohen could well find themselves in a range of text books, because the case (and what we can learn from it) has not reached its ugly conclusion. The train wreck is still in mid-crash, albeit in slow motion.