Hospital Groups Acquiring Physicians’ Private Practices, How It Affects Liability
April 20, 2011
side note: Is a hospital-focused healthcare system the future of American Medicine? And if so, what are the liability implications? This is a great look at what looks to be the future of healthcare delivery in the United States. Physician-owned and operated medical practices appear to be going the way… Continue reading...
Posted in Access to Care, Accountable Care Organization, Department of Health & Human Services, Healthcare Reform, Medical Malpractice, Medical Malpractice News, Medical Professional Liability Insurance, Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act, Patient Safety, Risk Management, Tort Reform
President Obama Starts Drive For Medical Malpractice Reforms
February 16, 2011
side note: No shocker here. None of the $250 million can be used for implementing damage caps (like the Republican HEALTH Act seeks), but the President is in favor of states implementing ideas like health courts. WASHINGTON (AP) - Putting his own stamp on a long-standing Republican priority, President Barack… Continue reading...
Posted in Congress, Damage Caps, Department of Health & Human Services, Health Courts, Medical Malpractice, Medical Malpractice News, Medical Professional Liability Insurance, Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act, Politics, President Barack Obama, Republicans