CONFIRMED: Medical Malpractice Insurance Reform IS on the debt ceiling table.

Our source has just confirmed with their sources in the White House that medical malpractice insurance reform is on the table to try and get a debt-ceiling deal finalized by August 2nd. We hope that President Obama takes a physician-advocate approach when negotiating with the GOP leadership. Medical malpractice insurance reform has been something we’ve been hoping would happen, but only in a way that still allows most Americans access to quality healthcare.

Lets hope that this is the opportunity we’ve been waiting for: True medical malpractice insurance reform.

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