Medical Malpractice Laws
Philip Howard talked from New York City about President Obama’s $250 million budget request for grants to help U.S. states modify… read more
Philip Howard talked from New York City about President Obama’s $250 million budget request for grants to help U.S. states modify their medical malpractice laws. Part of the grants could be used to establish “health courts” in which judges with special training would handle health care disputes. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
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