Here’s an interesting opinion about one reason medical malpractice insurance premiums are so high. This is from one of the contributors to the Huffington Post:
In 1945, Congress gave the massively powerful insurance industry an astonishing gift. It bestowed on them the freedom to do what would be illegal in every other industry (save, strangely, Major League Baseball) — fix-prices, collude and practice anti-competitive behavior. Now there’s a movement afoot to repeal this extraordinary law, called the McCarran-Ferguson Act, which Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) testified recently, “has been damaging to the American economy.”
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