Via MedPundit: physicians in much of the U.S. may find their legal environment discouraging, but they can still be thankful they don't practice in Libya (doctors accused of spreading HIV through needle reuse subjected to torture and face execution by firing squad) (Jun. 8) or Somalia (family sends gunmen to hospital following hysterectomy, although dispute later amicably resolved in Sharia court)(also Jun. 8)
Med-mal: news from Libya and Somalia
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- The medical liability language in the health care law
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- "What determines malpractice payments?"
- Dissatisfied (and much-sued) docs in Pa.
- Bob Herbert's "Malpractice Myths"
- The New York Times on medical malpractice
- "N.C. Senate approves medical malpractice bill"
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