Leading the Way in Robotic-Assisted Surgery

By Becca TaurisanoTuesday, October 25, 2022 Crouse Hospital’s robotic-assisted surgery program is the largest and most successful in Central New York, thanks to the collective expertise and support of the surgeons participating in the program. Kenneth Cooper, DO, (right) and Jeffrey DeSimone, MD, with the da Vinci Robot  Since it started in 2008, the robotic-assisted … Read more

Daniel Alexander, MD, Joins Auburn Orthopedic Specialists

By Molly English-Bowers Monday, August 29, 2022 Auburn Orthopedic Specialists (AOS), affiliated with Auburn Community Hospital, has added another orthopedic surgeon to its growing practice. Daniel Alexander, MD, is one of the most respected and accomplished orthopedic surgeons in upstate New York, with 20 years of experience performing more than 20,000 surgeries. Recognized for both … Read more

Improving Community Health

By Kathryn Ruscitto Thursday, August 18, 2022 So much of what we are dealing with in our society can be addressed by improving community health Besides socioeconomic factors, the physical environment, health behaviors, and access to clinical care — when rolled together — produce good or bad health outcomes, as noted by the CDC. Clearly, … Read more

Be Careful of the SLAPP-back

By Laura Spring, Esq. Thursday, August 18, 2022 Pursuing a defamation claim for a negative social media review is a hard road at best. Social media is ubiquitous. Nearly every organization or business — including medical practices — is being reviewed by customers and patients who can easily and publicly disseminate their point of view … Read more

Innovation in Health Care

by Kathryn Ruscitto Monday, June 29, 2020 We clearly have a long way to go to get past this virus. So many challenges, and so many thanks for all front line clinicians and staff who have gotten us this far. There are some bright spots of innovation emerging from the chaos. As with any period … Read more