Patient Frequently Asked Questions
What does Mount Sinai do if my doctor has a conflict of interest?
Mount Sinai has a rigorous review process and several committees to evaluate and neutralize actual or perceived conflicts of interest.
How do I find out about activities my doctor gets paid for outside his/her work at Mount Sinai?
Mount Sinai publicly discloses payments that our physicians receive from companies for work outside of their Mount Sinai employment. Please visit our Faculty Disclosure page for more details.
Why would my doctor work for a company outside of Mount Sinai?
Mount Sinai faculty often educate, as leaders in their field, and collaborate with commercial companies to develop new and innovative approaches to research and clinical treatment.
What if I have a question about my doctor’s work with other companies?
If you have questions, we encourage you to discuss them with your physician.
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Conflict of Interest Helpline
Office of the Dean
One Gustave L. Levy Place
New York, NY 10029