Driven by fear of malpractice. Johns Hopkins research team conducts national survey of more than 2,000 physicians

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In the US, patients harmed during medical care have few avenues for redress. The Danes chose to forget about fault and focus on what’s fair

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Of the 435 ER physicians asked about the tests they order for their patients, more than 85% admitted that in general, they call for too many tests, even if they know the results won’t really help them decide how to treat their patients

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