The Malpractice Epidemic: A Layman's Guide To Medical Malpractice (Paperback)
THE MALPRACTICE EPIDEMIC is a behind-the-scenes look at medical malpractice and its numerous implications. Concise, informative, and provocative, it is the original, definitive, and undisputed LAYMAN'S GUIDE TO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE, as well as a valuable reference for even the most knowledgeable physician, lawyer, or patient. In addition to medical malpractice, THE MALPRACTICE EPIDEMIC also analyzes other problems with our current health care delivery system, including the health insurance industry, government-sponsored health care, and our nation's reluctance to consider a single payer health insurance program. First published in 1990, the is the Fourth Printing of the original edition of THE MALPRACTICE EPIDEMIC. Although health care and malpractice litigation were much different when the book was first published in the 1990s than they are in the 2020s, THE MALPRACTICE EPIDEMIC continues to endure as a valuable commentary that has fostered health care reform for decades and accurately predicted the direction of health care in America.