Tort Reform – Not a Health Care Panacea

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An editorial in the Salt Lake Tribune provides insight into the current debate on the effect of medical malpractice on the costs of health insurance. The editorial puts things into perspective by pointing out that the total savings if all medical malpractice claims were to be eliminated would be only ½ of 1% of the total costs. Here are excerpts....

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