Health Affairs Article: Impact of State Tort Reforms on Physician Malpractice Payments
A study in the March/April 2007 issue of Health Affairs analyzes the impact of state tort reforms on physician malpractice claims. The study finds that the tort law changes have had a measurable but limited impact on physician malpractice claims, depending on the type and strength of the tort reform.
Commissioned by Kaiser, the study was authored by Teresa M. Waters of the University of Tennessee, and Peter P. Budetti of the University of Oklahoma, and Gary Claxton and Janet P. Lundy of the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Health Affairs Article: “Impact of State Tort Reforms on Physician Malpractice Payments” (Free access)
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