A new report finds that so-called tort reform is ineffective and unnecessary in terms of fixing what’s wrong with the healthcare system in the United States. According to a fresh examination of the National Practitioner’s Data Bank, there is no correlation between tort reform and medical malpractice payouts. Tort reform serves the insurance defense industry and denies citizens their constitutional right to access the civil court process.
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