WASHINGTON, March 21, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With comprehensive medical liability reform legislation waiting to take center stage sometime this year, the Health Coalition on Liability and Access met in Washington this week to discuss recent developments at the state level and hear from liability reform experts and Members of Congress on the path forward for federal reform in 2013.
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As the presidential candidates make their pitches for how best to reform the nation's health care system, physicians aren't holding their breath that medical liability reform will be at the center of the national debate this fall All of the GOP presidential hopefuls support medical liability reform in some form, with most endorsing caps on noneconomic damages, and President Obama has paid more attention to the issue than have most Democratic presidents.
As the presidential candidates make their pitches for how best to reform the nation's health care system, physicians aren't holding their breath that medical liability reform will be at the center of the national debate this fall.
Another area where we would like to see Congress act is on the issue of medical liability reform.
The cloture vote today means the need for broad-based medical liability reform cannot even be debated on the floor of the U.
To address this crisis, the AMA supports proven medical liability reforms, including a cap on non-economic damages to stabilize premiums and maintain patient access to care.
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In fact, the Congressional Budget Office estimates that medical liability reform could reduce the federal budget deficit by $62 billion over 10 years.