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Martin Clearwater & Bell LLP is proud to announce that 11 partners have been selected for inclusion in the 2019 Super Lawyers listing. Eight partners have been selected to Super Lawyers and three partners have been selected to the Rising Stars listing by Super Lawyers.

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NewYork-Presbyterian Queens: Teamwork in Pancreatic and Biliary Medicine

Under the leadership of Pierre Saldinger, MD, Chair of the Department of Surgery and Surgeon in Chief at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens and Professor of Clinical Surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine, the pancreatic and biliary service at NYP Queens has grown into a comprehensive program offering a wide spectrum of therapies for pancreatic and biliary malignancies and other disorders.


Discussing the Colon and Rectal Program at St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center

Tara Martinez, DO, FACOS, FACS, Medical Director of the Colon and Rectal Surgery Program at St. Catherine, highlights the quality colorectal care available to local residents in Long Island.


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Mercy Medical Center Council of Leagues Treasurer Doreen Baldwin (second from left) presents check to Mercy’s Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President of Patient Care Services Beth Vlahavas, RN (second from right) while Council President Barbara Cheslock (center), Vice President Kathleen Fee...

Potential Repeal of ACA Mandates Reopens Concerns Regarding QHP Subsidized Enrollee Grace Periods

As the industry prepares itself for another round of healthcare reform, providers should carefully monitor the coverage of new and existing patients presenting with insurance policies obtained through State and Federal Exchange programs.


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St. Catherine’s Maternity Services team educates future generations.

St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center’s Healthcare Exploration and Internship Program (HCEIP) is educating future generations from Smithtown High School West, Smithtown High School East, Commack High School and...


You’re Not Discharged?

Many times, hospitals’ length-of-stay issues are not due to medical reasons, but to financial reasons due to inadequate insurance coverage. Your typical patient who wants to be discharged home from the hospital with care rather than to a skilled nursing facility may remain in that bed for much...