Medical Malpractice Non Economic Damage Caps

2015

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There is no doubt that the United States is facing a healthcare crisis. The United States has the most expensive healthcare system in the world, spending billions more than any industrialized nation. Despite the astronomical cost of our healthcare system, Americans continue to go without access to affordable and quality healthcare and affordable prescription medication. For example, nearly forty-two million Americans were uninsured in 2013. One in four working-age Americans did not have insurance at some point in 2013. Over sixty percent of all bankruptcies are a result of unpaid medical bills. 

Despite the astronomical cost of our healthcare system, Americans continue to go without access to affordable and quality healthcare and affordable prescription medication.

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