New Report Suggests Primary Care Physicians More Likely To Be Sued Over Diagnoses
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - In today’s ever changing healthcare landscape, it appears several factors can play a role in whether a physician will be sued for malpractice.
The average malpractice rate per 2016 statistics from the American Medical Association (AMA) is 68 lawsuits for every 100 physicians. Interestingly enough, the AMA data also suggests a correlation between suit risk and age and gender. Older physicians are a higher risk than younger physicians, as physicians ...
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