Arbitrations have become more prevalent in the healthcare industry. The most common complaint about arbitration is that it is too much like litigation; it is too expensive, slow and consumed by procedural battles tangential to healthcare business interests. Since healthcare is such a highly regulated field, healthcare disputes lend themselves to arbitration; healthcare laws and technical language are often best deciphered by a healthcare-savvy arbitrator. The alternative to arbitration is trial by judge and/or jury with its accompanying risks.
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