Texas Receives a “C” In Emergency Medical Care

The American College of Emergency Physicians released its National Report Card of Emergency Medical Services, and Texas received a strong “C” grade.  The state received a “D” in public health/safety, a “D+” in access to care, and a “D+” in quality/patient safety.  But a strong “A+” in medical liability raised the state an entire letter grade to an overall “C.”

It’s great to see the medical malpractice reform really helping improve care that Texas patients receive (and, of course, we say that tongue-in-cheek).

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