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Med-mal focus should be on injury prevention, not additional immunity for wrongdoers.

Posted by Frank Spector | Oct 29, 2010 | 0 Comments

In a letter to the editor of the New York Times (10/27), AAJ president Gibson Vance wrote in response to Peter Orszag's proposed malpractice guidelines, “Throughout the health care debate, the idea of guidelines to practice medicine was dismissed, particularly by many physician groups. Guidelines take forever to approve, can be conflicting and may no longer be the best practice once a lengthy vetting process concludes.” The focus “should be on safety and reducing the tens of thousands of injuries that occur annually from preventable medical errors, not providing even more immunity to wrongdoers when negligence occurs.”

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