Asked by Anonymous at 11:38 AM on Aug. 12, 2009 in Health
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Answer by rkoloms at 1:41 PM on Aug. 12, 2009
I honestly think the biggest help to our health-care system is stricter laws on Malpractice lawsuits... Doctors are forced to pay MASIVE Malpractice Insurance and they have to pass that cost on to the rest of us... Which not only ups the cost of out of pocket costs but those of insurance.
My SIL was pregnant and there was a developmental problem with the baby. His lungs weren't forming properly and she was urged by the doctor to abort because the baby could not survive outside her body. She refused to abort. She had the baby and he died like the doctors said. SHE filed a lawsuit against the doctor because she (and her money hungry attorney) said that if the doctor knew there was an issue they should have been ready to operate as soon as the baby was born... With a crying "new mom" on the stand, she won the case. And the doctor ended up paying big! ~ This should NOT be legal!!!
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