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From medical malpractice to managed care liability

From medical malpractice to managed care liability

fifty ways to meet the future, 1997.

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Published by Conning & Company in Hartford, CT (185 Asylum St., Hartford 06103-4105) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Managed care plans (Medical care) -- Law and legislation -- United States,
    • Insurance, Physicians" liability -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesStrategic study series
      ContributionsConning & Company.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF1184.H4 F76 1997
      The Physical Object
      Pagination154 p. :
      Number of Pages154
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL420037M
      LC Control Number98124313

      Downloadable! Because the optimal level of medical malpractice liability depends on the incentives provided by the health insurance system, the rise of managed care in the s may affect the relationship between liability reform and defensive medicine. In this paper, we assess empirically the extent to which managed care and liability reform interact to affect the cost of care and health. Family Practice Medicine, General Practice, HMO Managed Care, Internal Medicine, Medical, Medical Malpractice, Surgery, Elliot D. Felman, MD is Board Certified in Family Practice for over 30 years. He is experienced in both plaintiff and defense review, deposition . Frequency and cost of medical errors. Back in , the extrapolated statistics from relatively few records in only several states of the United States estimated that betw, people annually die in hospitals because of medical errors. Much work has been done since then, including work by the author of that study who moved on from those low estimates back in the s. ALAN BEAN is a member of Gideon Cooper & Essary PLC. Mr. Bean has represented numerous hospitals, medical groups, clinics, physicians, and other health care providers in all phases of health care liability, premises liability, products liability and personal injury cases in Tennessee, Florida, Texas, New Hampshire, West Virginia and Alabama. He.

      ANTONIOS P. TSAROUHAS is an attorney in the Akron law firm of Perantinides & Nolan Co., L.P.A., where his practice concentrates on medical negligence, product liability, vehicular and premises liability, and intentional tort. He was board certified as a civil trial advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in , re-certified in


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spent by all health care providers on medical malpractice insurance has increased by 76 percent over that time. • Medical malpractice expenditures comprise less than 1 ercent of overallp health costs.

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Part VII predicts outcomes of ACO medical malpractice litigation in Florida by turning to past Florida managed care medical malpractice litigation and by analyzing Florida medical malpractice File Size: KB.Litigation of Medical Malpractice Claims in a Managed Care System.

Litigation is the traditional means of resolving medical malpractice disputes. As such, it is the standard against which all other forms of dispute resolution must be measured.

If, in fact, one cannot improve (either in terms of judicial fairness or fiscal economy) upon its.