This comment is brought to you straight from White Coat's Callroom, a blog from Inside the Emergency Department.
"Physician’s Reciprocal Insurers, a med mal carrier that insures 25% of New York’s physicians has one foot in bankruptcy court and the other foot on a banana peel. State mandated insurance premium rate freezes appear to be partly to blame. How could this happen if insurers are raking in the money and are really responsible for the medical malpractice crisis."
He raises an excellent question. Why aren't more physicians asking the same question?