SB 1588: Compensation for Personal Injury or Wrongful Death Arising Out of Medical Injury
GENERAL BILL by Hays
Compensation for Personal Injury or Wrongful Death Arising Out of Medical Injury; Requiring the boards or the Department of Health to require the completion of a course relating to communication of medical errors; creating part IV of ch. 766 and citing it as the "Patient Injury Act"; providing that the remedy created in the part is an exclusive remedy for personal injury or wrongful death arising out of or related to a medical negligence claim; creating the Patient Compensation System; providing for offices of medical review, compensation, and quality improvement; providing that compensation for a claim shall be offset by any past and future collateral source payments; providing for determinations of malpractice for purposes of a specified constitutional provision; providing for review of appeals by an administrative law judge, etc.
Last Action: 3/9/2012 Senate - Died in Health Regulation
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Health Regulation (HR)
- Judiciary (JU)
- Budget (BC)
• Referred to Health Regulation; Judiciary; Budget -SJ 219
• Introduced -SJ 219
• Died in Health Regulation
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