As we have been saying on this blog for some time, malpractice reforms have no place in the healthcare debate.  The real issues should be 98,000 needless deaths every year, unnecessary human suffering, the cost of treatment for injuries caused by carelessness and $68 billion lost annually to medicare and medicaid fraud.
In the end, all studies confirm that malpractice reform would have no impact on any of these issues. I found this article online which reinforces the fact that malpractice reform has no business being included in the nation’s healthcare debate.