Medical association backs bill to revise medical liability claim process

TIFFANY L. PARKS | Daily Reporter
Published: 04/17/2013

The Ohio State Medical Association has endorsed a House bill that would modify the process for filing medical liability claims.

House Bill 103, sponsored by Rep. Matt Huffman, R-Lima, outlines the manner in which a claimant, who allegedly possesses a medical claim, gives to the person who is the subject of that claim written notice that the claimant is considering bringing an action upon that claim.

Tim Maglione, senior director of government relations for the OSMA, offered proponent testimony for the bill last week before the House Judiciary Committee.

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