Ignoring the facts

In 2015, we wrote about a study in the New England Journal of Medicine regarding the effect that medical-malpractice damage caps and other so-called tort reform measures have on the actual care provided in hospital emergency rooms. The authors set out to study the conventional wisdom that doctors prescribe unnecessary tests, procedures and treatments because of a fear of lawsuits and that tort reform will …

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