English, Article edition: EVALUATING MEDICAL MALPRACTICE REFORMS JAMES W. HUGHES; EDWARD A. SNYDER

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Title
  • EVALUATING MEDICAL MALPRACTICE REFORMS
Author
  • JAMES W. HUGHES
  • EDWARD A. SNYDER
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  • article
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  • Which of the tort reforms enacted during the mid-1970s to alleviate the medical malpractice litigation crisis have succeeded? Under some circumstances, the frequency and disposition of claims may indicate how reforms affected key policy variables such as the number of injuries and costs of litigation. But potential pitfalls exist in using claims data to evaluate tort reforms. In this paper, we identify and discuss these problems, review recent findings, and offer guidance to improve policy analysis. Copyright 1989 Western Economic Association International.
  • RePEc:bla:coecpo:v:7:y:1989:i:2:p:83-98
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  • English
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