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Joan Rivers and Outpatient Surgery
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The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association says Ms. Rivers’s death was due to human error, not the fact that she was in an outpatient clinic.

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NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital had allowed television crews to film two patients without their consent: one who was dying, the other in significant distress.

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Joan Rivers and Outpatient Surgery
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The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association says Ms. Rivers’s death was due to human error, not the fact that she was in an outpatient clinic.

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NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital had allowed television crews to film two patients without their consent: one who was dying, the other in significant distress.

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Joan Rivers and Outpatient Surgery
topics.nytimes.com

The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association says Ms. Rivers’s death was due to human error, not the fact that she was in an outpatient clinic.

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NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital had allowed television crews to film two patients without their consent: one who was dying, the other in significant distress.

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New York Hospital to Pay $2.2 Million Over Unauthorized Filming of 2 Patients
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NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital had allowed television crews to film two patients without their consent: one who was dying, the other in significant distress.

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Joan Rivers and Outpatient Surgery
topics.nytimes.com

The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association says Ms. Rivers’s death was due to human error, not the fact that she was in an outpatient clinic.

Continue Reading On topics.nytimes.com »

New York Hospital to Pay $2.2 Million Over Unauthorized Filming of 2 Patients
topics.nytimes.com

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital had allowed television crews to film two patients without their consent: one who was dying, the other in significant distress.

Continue Reading On topics.nytimes.com »

Joan Rivers and Outpatient Surgery
topics.nytimes.com

The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association says Ms. Rivers’s death was due to human error, not the fact that she was in an outpatient clinic.

Continue Reading On topics.nytimes.com »

Joan Rivers and Outpatient Surgery
topics.nytimes.com

The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association says Ms. Rivers’s death was due to human error, not the fact that she was in an outpatient clinic.

Continue Reading On topics.nytimes.com »

New York Hospital to Pay $2.2 Million Over Unauthorized Filming of 2 Patients
topics.nytimes.com

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital had allowed television crews to film two patients without their consent: one who was dying, the other in significant distress.

Continue Reading On topics.nytimes.com »

New York Hospital to Pay $2.2 Million Over Unauthorized Filming of 2 Patients
topics.nytimes.com

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital had allowed television crews to film two patients without their consent: one who was dying, the other in significant distress.

Continue Reading On topics.nytimes.com »

Joan Rivers and Outpatient Surgery
topics.nytimes.com

The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association says Ms. Rivers’s death was due to human error, not the fact that she was in an outpatient clinic.

Continue Reading On topics.nytimes.com »

New York Hospital to Pay $2.2 Million Over Unauthorized Filming of 2 Patients
topics.nytimes.com

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital had allowed television crews to film two patients without their consent: one who was dying, the other in significant distress.

Continue Reading On topics.nytimes.com »

Joan Rivers and Outpatient Surgery
topics.nytimes.com

The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association says Ms. Rivers’s death was due to human error, not the fact that she was in an outpatient clinic.

Continue Reading On topics.nytimes.com »

Joan Rivers and Outpatient Surgery
topics.nytimes.com

The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association says Ms. Rivers’s death was due to human error, not the fact that she was in an outpatient clinic.

Continue Reading On topics.nytimes.com »

New York Hospital to Pay $2.2 Million Over Unauthorized Filming of 2 Patients
topics.nytimes.com

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital had allowed television crews to film two patients without their consent: one who was dying, the other in significant distress.

Continue Reading On topics.nytimes.com »

New York Hospital to Pay $2.2 Million Over Unauthorized Filming of 2 Patients
topics.nytimes.com

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital had allowed television crews to film two patients without their consent: one who was dying, the other in significant distress.

Continue Reading On topics.nytimes.com »

Joan Rivers and Outpatient Surgery
topics.nytimes.com

The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association says Ms. Rivers’s death was due to human error, not the fact that she was in an outpatient clinic.

Continue Reading On topics.nytimes.com »