A research review in the Journal of the American Medical Association finds that increasing malpractice liability exposure doesn’t improve quality.
Research carried in JAMA Cardiology finds that states with malpractice limitations have lower treatment intensity for cardiology conditions.
A new paper at the National Bureau of Economic Research finds evidence that the malpractice environment in a state influences where a doctor chooses to practice.
A survey published in PLOS One indicates that doctors think a fair amount of unnecessary care is delivered and gives their views on why that happens.
Research published in the British Medical Journal suggests that physicians who practice defensive medicine may incur fewer malpractice suits.