Feb. 28 (Bloomberg) -- The sequestration that is about to
take effect imposes too much austerity too soon, does so in a
nonsensical way, and yet does little to improve the long-term
U.S. fiscal picture.
Far more beneficial would be to make sure that the
deceleration in health costs we have been enjoying continues.
This is why medical-malpractice reform, although far from a
panacea, is worth trying.