In his latest blog post, Rick Rutherford, CMPE, discusses the effects of recent major changes in the method that Medicare reimburses in-office clinical lab services.
"The next time you think about what you would do instead of becoming a doctor and especially a urologist, just stop and be thankful you chose urology," writes Neil H. Baum, MD.
Ever have one of those moments when you stop and question an assumption?
Urology Times reached out to members of our Editorial Advisory Board and asked them each the question: "What one piece of advice from a mentor do you regularly follow?"
"It can be a scary world online and it did take me over 5 years in the real world to finally engage with social media. But it is something that I encourage all physicians to consider," writes Henry Rosevear, MD.
The patient should see a friend in his doctor, not a stranger with a white coat and a stethoscope.
"Urologists frequently become enamored by the research and the unique characteristics of new technology. The business management team must ask the hard questions," writes Rick Rutherford, CMPE.
Henry Rosevear, MD, reflects on his recent experience as a faculty member at the AUA oral board exam.
Urologist Henry Rosevear, MD, shares what he's most looking forward to at the AUA annual meeting in San Francisco.
"In order to complete our transformation into urologists, we must learn to understand and respect the multifaceted importance of responsibility for our patients, our teachers, and our mentees," writes Nirmish Singla, MD.