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What Directives Can Be Included in a New York Living Will?

What Directives Can Be Included in a New York Living Will? As helpful as it would be, nobody can predict the future. Life can change in an instant, and in some cases, circumstances can impact a person’s life dramatically. For instance, a car accident can leave an occupant with severe and debilitating injuries. An incident Read More

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A Medical Error Resulting in Postoperative Blindness May Give Rise to a Medical Malpractice Claim

If a clinician fails to periodically move a patient during surgery, the patient can experience devastating effects. In some instances, a patient may have postoperative blindness as a result of continuous pressure on the optic nerve. Commonly, this occurs in spinal surgery cases, which are often very long procedures where a patient is forced to Read More

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Intubation Errors are Becoming More Common

In certain situations, a person may be unable to breathe on his or her own, which requires a doctor to intubate a patient. Intubation is a procedure where a clinician inserts a tube down a patient’s airway and connects it to a ventilator. While this is a very common procedure, patients can be injured during Read More

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Family Healthcare Decision Act In The Absence Of A Healthcare Proxy

Family Healthcare Decision Act In The Absence Of A Healthcare Proxy When an elderly person is unable to manage his or her finances, daily necessities, and medical treatment, but refuses to execute a power of attorney or health care proxy to appoint an agent to assist him or her, a guardianship proceeding may be necessary. Read More

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Make Sure You Have A HIPAA Release Form

Make Sure You Have A HIPAA Release Form Oftentimes, loved ones will have a difficult time accessing an elderly person’s medical information relating to any condition that he or she may have. A health care proxy designates an agent to act on someone’s behalf in the event he or she becomes incapacitated and is unable Read More

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Make Sure You Have a HIPAA Release Form

Oftentimes, loved ones will have a difficult time accessing an elderly person’s medical information relating to any condition that he or she may have. A health care proxy designates an agent to act on someone’s behalf in the event he or she becomes incapacitated and is unable to make decisions for themselves. A comprehensive health Read More

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Family Healthcare Decision Act in the Absence of a Healthcare Proxy

When an elderly person is unable to manage his or her finances, daily necessities, and medical treatment, but refuses to execute a power of attorney or health care proxy to appoint an agent to assist him or her, a guardianship proceeding may be necessary. However, in regard to health decisions where there is no health Read More

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