Malpractice Reform Could Benefit Patients More Than Doctors

malThe U.S. medical malpractice system is broken. It frequently does not punish doctors who need punishing, while levying fines against doctors who did nothing wrong. And this dreadfully inaccurate system still manages to take almost five years, on average, to settle claims.

Experts have been promoting a type of reform known as “safe harbor rules,”…

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