benzonit at GMAIL.COM
Mon Nov 21 20:46:02 UTC 2016
There is an extensive literature that the litigation does nothing to
improve health care and it is not intended to so do.
There is not corollary between commission/omission of malpractice and
outcome as measured by physicians blinded to the trial outcome.
There is a direct corollary between income of the patient and likelihood of
making it into the courthouse.
If there is a corollary between malpractice and skill, lost cases should be
If there is a corollary, OB, Neurosurgeons and ER must be the worst
Our current system is not civil but criminal. (That's not commentary, it's
analysis of the process.) (Say if you want more.)
I have only seen 1 case that resulted in improvement and I don't know, I
just guess, that the outreach was the result of a case instead of an
advocacy/outreach. Research Tyler Kahle Story. I use this effort in
education to this day.
(practicing ER doc)
On Mon, Nov 21, 2016 at 9:56 AM, Robert Bell <
0000000296e45ec4-dmarc-request at list.improvediagnosis.org> wrote:
> What role does the medical litigation insurance industry in the US play in
> preventing errors in medicine? Are the programs effective? What are the
> programs they have today? What works? Could things be improved? Is anything
> directed towards errors in diagnosis?
> Rob Bell, M.D.
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