Medical malpractice debated while doctor shortage continues in N.J.

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With New Jersey facing a worsening shortage of physicians, key medical and business groups say it’s time for the Legislature and Gov. Christie’s to take action on medical malpractice reform.

Proponents of reform, such as the New Jersey Lawsuit Reform Alliance and the New Jersey Hospital Association, are stepping up their lobbying, according to an article at They blame the current laws with for skyrocketing malpractice insurance premiums, forcing doctors out of the state. And they claim that New Jersey’s largest employer, pharmaceutical companies, are plagued because they are often named in malpractice lawsuits filed in the state.

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