The results of a detailed empirical study of the Canadian medical malpractice experience are presented. Policy perspectives on the so-called medical malpractice crisis need to be much more broadly cast than the overwhelming preoccupation with tort reform issues that have dominated policy debates to this juncture.
Donald N. Dewees et al.,
The Medical Malpractice Crisis: A Comparative Empirical Perspective,
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