MedPAC Votes to Kill SGR
"Across the nation, access to healthcare is being negatively impacted as physicians move away from states with high insurance costs or stop providing services that may expose them to a greater risk of litigation," he said.
"The increased costs that result from the current flawed medical liability system not only hinder access to affordable health care, they also threaten the stability of the hospital field, which employed 5.3 million people in 2009, and continues to be one of the largest sources of private-sector jobs."
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