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JAMA: Ambulatory, Inpatient Malpractice Rates are Similar

  • June 15, 2011

In Research and Publication
A study in the June 15 issue of Journal of the American Medical Association examines the number of malpractice claims for events in inpatient and outpatient settings that resulted in payments.


CMIO reports on a Journal of the American Medical Association study:

JAMA: Ambulatory, inpatient malpractice rates are similar