Surviving Medical Malpractice MADNESS

Haugh, Richard
May 2003
H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;May2003, Vol. 77 Issue 5, p46
Trade Publication
Discusses actions taken by U.S. hospitals to keep soaring liability insurance costs from driving out doctors. Impact of a crisis in malpractice insurance on physicians; Decision of several hospitals to launch their own insurance company; Financial assistance offered by hospitals for physicians; Solutions to the medical malpractice insurance crisis. INSET: Alternative solutions to the madness.


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