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by Neal C. Hogan

Category: Health and Medical Law
Subcategory: Law
Author: Neal C. Hogan
ISBN: 1931202427
ISBN13: 978-1931202428
Language: English
Publisher: LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC (November 11, 2002)
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In 1900 medical malpractice was an obscure field, with few cases, small damages, and little case law. Across the century malpractice became a major component of tort litigation and created entire industries of insurance, expert witnesses, and dedicated malpractice attorneys. Concepts from the legal profession, such as ''the standard of care'' collided with medical practice. The introduction of new medical technologies led to dramatic breakthroughs in care but created confusion over what appropriate care entailed. New rulings on plaintiff's rights in tort law expanded a patient's ability to sue.

Home Browse Books Book details, Unhealed Wounds: Medical Malpractice in the. Though some medical societies offered insurance. Unhealed Wounds: Medical Malpractice in the Twentieth Century. At the opening of the twentieth century malpractice was an annoyance to only a small number of physicians. Though some medical societies offered insurance, and the occasional plaintiff won an award of more than a few hundred dollars, the average physician did not feel threatened by malpractice.

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Although medical malpractice litigation in the United States has generated extensive professional and scholarly attention, few analyses of the issue have explored its underlying causes

Although medical malpractice litigation in the United States has generated extensive professional and scholarly attention, few analyses of the issue have explored its underlying causes Most importantly, however, the development and proliferation of new and improved medical technologies has played a pivotal role throughout the entire history of the litigation, an effect that has become most prominent and important in the last third of the 20th century. Export citation Request permission.

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In 1900 medical malpractice was an obscure field, with few cases, small damages, and little case law. Across the century malpractice became a major component of tort litigation and created entire industries of insurance, expert witnesses, and dedicated malpractice attorneys. Concepts from the legal profession, such as "the standard of care" collided with medical practice. The introduction of new medical technologies led to dramatic breakthroughs in care but created confusion over what appropriate care entailed. New rulings on plaintiff's rights in tort law expanded a patient's ability to sue. Juries, courts, physicians, hospitals, medical societies, insurance firms, and legislators were caught in a collision of medicine, law, and technology. No single constituency presses malpractice forward, rather each constituency in turn drove the issue to a crisis in the 1970s.
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