SPOTLIGHT: MA malpractice rates at near-20-year low


As in other states, physicians in Massachusetts have said that many are leaving the state because malpractice rates are a burden. However, recent research suggests that the state's doctors pay lower premium rates now than they did in 1990, after rates were adjusted for inflation, according to a new article published in the current issue of Health Affairs. Article

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