Is There A Crisis in Medical Malpractice?
Health Policy Discussion hosted by American Enterprise Institute, March 2005:
“Stability, Not Crisis: Medical Malpractice Claim Outcomes in Texas, 1988-2002”
Bernard Black, University of Texas & David Hyman, University of Illinois.
“From Texas to Washington: Closed Claims, Counterclaims, and Policy on Medical Liability”
Randall Bovbjerg, Urban Institute.
“Medical Malpractice Liability Crisis Meets Markets: Stress in Unexpected Places”
Robert Berenson, Alliance for Health Reform, September 2003.
“Does Medical Malpractice Reform Help States Retain Physicians and Does it Matter?”
Jonathan Klick, Thomas Stratmann, American Enterprise Institute, September 2003.
“If Not Caps, What? Ideas for the Next Round of Liability Reform”
Michelle Mello, Harvard School of Public Health, September 2003.
“Medical Malpractice and Contract Disclosure”
Kathy Zeiler, Georgetown University Law Center, September 2003.
“Malpractice Liability and Medical Error Prevention: Strange Bedfellows?”
Michelle Mello, Harvard School of Public Health, March 2003.
“Medical Malpractice in Crisis: Health Care Policy Options”
Stuart Altman, Council on Health Care Economics, March 2003.
“Medical Malpractice Insurance: A Consumer Perspective”
Robert Hunter, Consumer Federation of America, March 2003.
“The Medical Malpractice ‘Crisis’: Recent Trends and Impact of State Tort Reforms”
Kenneth Thorpe, Emory University, March 2003.
“deMystifying Medical Malpractice”
American Medical Student Association, Health Policy Action Committee, 2003.
“Harming Patient Access to Care: The Impact of Excessive Litigation”
James Hurley, House Energy and Commerce Committee, July 2002.