Yes, it would be a good idea to reform this part of the medical field so that the people of this country will not have to worry about having to go do a doctor that may be a fraud and not be qualified to do the job that he is saying.
I believe medical malpractice lawsuits are driving up the cost of healthcare in the United States to a considerable amount, I believe that serious reform in this area needs to be taken in the next few years, it will benefit everyone from the consumers to healthcare provides by lowering the cost and raising the quality of care.
There are too many good doctors being sued. And with these lawsuit, the price of health care goes through the roof. There have been hundreds of cases where people go to a health care provider and look for reasons to sue. Any reason at all. To say this is a problem would be a massive understatement.
This country desperately need medical malpractice reform so the system does not go bankrupt. Doctors are at such risk of lawsuits that they need to charge a lot to cover their insurance costs. If the doctors did not have to worry about lawsuits so much, they could concentrate on helping people.
No, we do not need medical malpractice reform, because the people who receive care that falls below the standard of practice need to have a recourse. Often, when a doctor fails to practice with care, the person suffers large amounts of damages for a lifetime. A person should have a recourse through the courts when this happens.