Documenting Consent in Cosmetic Procedures

Informed consent is required for all invasive medical procedures. This includes procedures and medications involving the skin surface. Imperfect outcomes will occur, and measures are needed to reduce the incidence of legal problems.

A Comprehensive Suite of Surgical and Nonoperative Services Positions NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens at the Leading Edge of Local Orthopedic Care

From total joint arthroplasty to state-of-the-art regenerative medicine, arthroscopic surgery and endoscopic surgery, the NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens Department of Orthopedics & Rehabilitation offers innovative solutions for acute sports injuries, as well as bone and joint conditions.

How the Presidential Election May Affect Employers

The next President of the United States takes the oath of office on Jan. 20, 2017. Although who shall prevail in the general election is anyone’s guess, the conventional wisdom is each party’s current frontrunners will be their eventual nominee. Assuming this holds true, employers would do well to understand the employment law platforms of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

New York Spine Institute Brings World-class Spine Care to Long Island

Leading-edge diagnostic capabilities, surgical and nonsurgical technologies, expert staff, and an affiliation with one of the world’s finest orthopedic surgery centers distinguish New York Spine Institute as a tri-state leader in spine care.

Computer-aided Detection in Malpractice Litigation

Defending the radiologist in a medical malpractice case poses unique challenges. The plaintiff’s attorney has the benefit of later-stage imaging and the patient’s presumably bad outcome, both of which will be used to persuade a jury that some abnormality on earlier imaging scans conducted on the same location was missed.