HOW ACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTERS ADDRESS CONFLICTS-OF-INTEREST

DISCLOSURE. I am a member and Interim Chairman of the IRB* at Stevens Institute of Technology. “There are many varieties of conflicts of interest, and they appear in different settings and across all disciplines. While conflicts of interest apply to a “wide range of behaviors and circumstances,” they all involve the use of a person’s

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HOSPITAL WEB SITE ARCHEOLOGY

When “googling” for hospital information we often wind up at hospital web sites. Hospital web sites are marketing based so how does one find and aggregate key elements and then do comparative analysis? You can use these web sites for this exercise, all hospitals with which I have been involved City Hospital Center at Elmhurst

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Confidential September 11, 2001 LESSONS LEARNED memorandum by hospital CEO Jonathan Metsch goes “viral” and becomes a New Jersey gubernatorial campaign issue

Previously posted was an op-ed describing Jersey City Medical Center’s “Rapid Response” role after the attack on the World Trade Center towers. Military helicopters and jets were overhead, as President Bush was getting ready to leave. The plumes of smoke from the World Trade Center were still billowing skyward. https://network.aupha.org/communities/community-home/digestviewer/viewthread?MessageKey=d375f16c-d2ff-4d54-b93f-d33c3c6330b3&CommunityKey=7457c476-880a-47b2-ad0b-8677bba9e9e4&tab=digestviewer#bmd375f16c-d2ff-4d54-b93f-d33c3c6330b3 Since Jersey City Medical Center

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Military helicopters and jets were overhead, as President Bush was getting ready to leave. The plumes of smoke from the World Trade Center were still billowing skyward.

*written by Jonathan M. Metsch on September 14, 2001; published in the Jersey Journal on September 18, 2001 Suddenly a huge white military hospital ship with four Red Crosses steamed by and docked right across river. I thought how this hospital ship brought the war even closer to home but mostly about how the hospitals

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