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  • Russell Friedman & Associates is a Proud Supporter of ECMC Foundation 30th Springfest Gala

    Posted By Russell Friedman & Associates || 21-May-2019

    Buffalo, NY - Russell Friedman & Associates is a proud supporter of the 30 th Annual Springfest Gala. We were an Auction & Raffle sponsor held Thursday May 11, 2019 at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center Ballroom, benefitting ECMC’s new Level 1 Adult Trauma Center and Emergency Department. This Springfest Gala is the largest not-for-profit gala in Western New York, which drew over ...
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  • Russell C. Friedman Appointed Executive Vice Chairman of The Board at Hudson Regional Hospital

    Posted By Russell Friedman & Associates || 16-Apr-2019

    Russell C. Friedman, Founding Partner of Russell Friedman & Associates, has been appointed Executive Vice Chairman of the board at Hudson Regional Hospital in Secaucus, NJ. Hudson Regional Hospital is a new, premier hospital providing comprehensive care to Northern New Jersey. Their mission is to build a healthier community through exceptional care, sophisticated technology and knowledgeable ...
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  • Russell Friedman & Associates Was Proud to Support Niagara Falls Memorial Center's 15th Consecutive Annual Gala

    Posted By Russell Friedman & Associates || 28-Mar-2019

    Niagara, NY Russell Friedman & Associates was a proud supporter of the hospital's 15 th annual SOLD OUT black-tie fundraiser with almost 1,000 guests, held Saturday, January 12, 2019, at the Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino, 5:30pm-8:30pm. This year honored Dr. Neil Dashkoff, director of the county’s first and only catheterization lab at the Heart Center of Niagara, located next to ...
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  • Russell Friedman & Associates submitted the following comments to the Proposed Ninth Amendment to Regulation 68

    Posted By Russell Friedman & Associates || 17-Jan-2019

    The implementation of the Proposed Ninth Amendment to Regulation 68 (“The Proposed Amendment”) would give the no-fault insurer the option to void the AOB when the no-fault insurer issues a denial for the patient’s failure to attend either an IME or an EUO. This would create a climate of extreme uncertainty that would detrimentally impact the patient, the healthcare provider, and ...
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