Laramie, Wy –
The Wyoming Health care commission will finalize recommendations on how to improve health care and access across the state. Since the commission first met, they have been bombarded with concerns about the high cost of medical malpractice insurance for doctors. Director Diane Harrop says their investigation shows the Wyoming doctors are paying higher premium then their regional counterparts.
And that has meant doctors are not delivering babies in many areas of the state. The subcommittees that have looked at possible solutions will discuss them at a meeting on Monday.