Wednesday, July 9, 1975:
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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LANSIN)TG (UPI)-ov. Wiliam Milliken yester-
day signed into law the last major bills designed
to ease the malpractice insurance crisis. .They
provide for arbitration of malpractice claims
and set a two-year statute of limitations.
panding the powers of the Michigan Medical
Practices Board and creating an advisory board
to oversee the arbitration system.
Under the new arbitration law, doctors and
hospitals will be able to ask. patients to sign
Other measures setting up a state coverage for written agreements pledging to use arbitration
all physicians and helping state licensing boards rather than the courts'should a malpractice claim
spot error-prone doctors already have been signed arise.
into law, Patients could not he required to sign the
ALSO SIGNED yesterday were measures ex- . agreement.
SHOWS TODAY AT
1-3-5-7-9 p.m. Open 12:45
Wednesday is Bargain Day
Until 5 p.m., all seats $1.00
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GUEST NIGHT IS CANCELLED
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