Pennsylvania physician departure reports untrue
The reports of doctors leaving because of Pennsylvania medical malpractice concerns are unfounded. According to the numbers, the actual number of Pennsylvania physicians per capita in the state has actually slightly increased in the past six years. While Pennsylvania Medical Society reports to show that between 2002 and 2003 24 OB/GYNs did leave the state because of Pennsylvania medical malpractice concerns, the state’s population of women between the ages of 18-40 also fell by 18,000 in the same time period.
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