Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Malpractice Caps Don't Save Consumers Money

In his column in the Dallas Morning News, Jim Landers writes, "Capping malpractice damages is a health care reform idea that has swirled around Washington for years. But would it make health care less expensive? The evidence doesn't show it." He says that according to a study by a team at the University of Alabama, "Tort reforms have not led to health care cost savings for consumers."

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