98,000 deaths and 1.2 million injuries or other adverse medical events are recorded each year in hospitals at the hands of health care providers. The health care group that reported these deaths and injuries also said this information should be kept from the public and out of the courtroom. While doctors and politicians fear a malpractice crisis, the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners reports a dramatic decrease in malpractice claims across the state. Through bizarre court decisions and inexplicable legislative actions, the forces of institutional health care have found it cheaper to kill a patient than to maim him and nearly impossible for average citizens to gain compensation for either.
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Subtítulo: A PATIENT'S GUIDE TO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE IN TEXAS