Ezekiel Emanuel, a "key Obama health advisor" who also happens to be an oncologist and the brother of White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel, raised the prospect of a Democrat-led federal med-mal reform effort during an AMA meeting. See Yahoo coverage here. Health Courts are apparently a possibility being seriously considered.
Remark by COS's brother about federal med-mal reform has the press atwitter
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