The New York Times reported a 150% rise in the cost of malpractice insurance for physicians generally. Although malpractice lawsuits against complementary and alternative medicince providers generally have been several multiples lower than those against primary care physicians (according to a 1998 article in JAMA by colleague David Studdert and others), such lawsuits (the article noted) are bound to increase as does “claims consciousness” among patients and clients.
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