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January 25, 2013

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Thomas Elliot

I am so happy you wrote this article. I was thinking that yesterday after reading one of the Times articles and recalling several others from this year that seemed to share different sets of facts.

Jeremy Engdahl-Johnson

Is it possible that accountable care organizations (ACOs) will create an uptick in medical malpractice claims? http://www.healthcaretownhall.com/?p=6245

Maryland birth injury attorney

Another trend that warrants monitoring is the emergence of accountable care organizations (ACOs) and the impact that such organizations will have on medical malpractice claims.

BMoran

The I.M.E. report is saying your treating physicians is committing Medical Malpractice
that your treatment is not medically necessary. Who knows you better? Your physician
or an I.M.E. doctor that saw you for 10 minutes.
Who is really committing Medical Malpractice? This is the question!

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