The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case that could affect what evidence physicians may present in defense during medical malpractice suits.
Targeted steps can be taken to minimize future risks of lawsuits.
Malpractice liability reform would best be analyzed on a specialty-by-specialty basis.
There is a growing emphasis on provider responsibility with the increasing focus of the overprescribing of opioids.
Many in the medical field are wondering whether now may be the right time for medical malpractice reform.
A hostile medical litigation climate is one of the major problems with the existing malpractice insurance system, driving significant losses of access to quality health care.
A few doctors account for a disproportionately large number of paid malpractice claims.
Does anyone really benefit from defensive medicine?
Neurosurgeons practicing in high-risk liability states are very likely to have practiced defensive medicine.
Reductions in payment vary depending on the restrictiveness of the cap and the physician specialty.
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