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Dan Goldschlag, MD, FACOG
Dr. Goldschlag is an assistant professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology and Assistant Professor of Clinical Reproductive Medicine at the Ronald O. Perelman and Claudia Cohen Center for Reproductive Medicine at the Weill Cornell Medical College at New York Presbyterian Hospital.
Simulation builds skills
Training on the devices is available, even beyond residency.
Tech Tools: Health apps for you and your patients
In the January 2015 issue we introduced you to 5 of our favorite mobile apps. Here is the second half of our list of top-10 apps that you and your patients will definitely want to try.
Use of ICSI on rise, but are outcomes better?
Use of ICSI on rise, but are outcomes better?
Results of a retrospective cohort study show that use of intracytoplasmic sperm injection is on the rise but cast doubt on whether the technology is improving reproductive outcomes. Brian Levine, MD, MS provides commentary.
Top apps for ob/gyns and their patients in 2015
No more excuses for not reaching your health and fitness goals: These apps do (almost) everything for you.
Cell free DNA and oncology
cfDNA gives insight into the pathogenesis of serious disease and early information about benign conditions.
Noninvasive prenatal testing: A new standard of care?
This first installment in a 2-part series summarizes the abilities of 4 commercially available technologies for noninvasive prenatal testing.
Bioprinting: Creative disruptive technology
3-D printing has applications across the field of medicine and will drastically change training, treatment, and even transplantation.
Consumer tech brings big changes for 2014 and beyond
New apps, hardware, and software bring powerful functions to patients and physicians.
EHR benefits and costs
The Contemporary OB/GYN tech experts address the learning curve associated with an EHR adoption.
An EHR primer
An EHR should streamline the workflow of all who interact with it. The difficulties surrounding interoperability are the most significant obstacles to achieving a streamlined workflow.

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