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Med Mal Reform Impact Limited


Even if medical malpractice reform were to produce large premium savings for malpractice insurance, it would have only a small direct impact on health care spending, according to a report from the Congressional Budget Office.

The report says that while premiums for malpractice insurance are lower in states that restrict tort liability than would otherwise be the case, malpractice costs account for less than two percent of health care spending.

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