Republicans: Medical Malpractice Reform Demonstration Projects Insufficient

side note: Medical News Today has a nice round-up of what the big name news organizations had to say on potential medical malpractice reform legislation.

The Associated Press: “In his Wednesday speech and again in (a CBS “60 Minutes” interview), the president signaled he was open to so-called tort reform. Under current practice, doctors and hospitals must pay huge amounts to insure themselves against malpractice lawsuits by patients seeking large court-ordered settlements for poor treatment. … ‘I would be willing to … consider any ideas out there that would actually work in terms

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