Blogs

Never enough time? Try putting your phone down

November 07, 2018

Henry Rosevear, MD, shares what he learned from reducing time spent on his smartphone.

The Urology Care Foundation: Why I support it

October 11, 2018

"Many people, including many practicing urologists, are unaware that over the course of the past 40 years, the Urology Care Foundation has supported more than 750 young scientists... with nearly $30 million in funding," writes Brian R. Stork, MD.

Is profit getting in the way of life-changing technology?

October 03, 2018

"I'm not opposed to making a profit, and certainly businesses that take the risk to develop new technology should be financially rewarded for bringing that technology to market. But should life-changing technology be limited to those who can pay?" ponders Dr. Rosevear.

Is your office-based lab profitable?

September 17, 2018

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.

You chose to be a urologist, now count your blessings

August 29, 2018

"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.

Does #MeToo apply to physicians, too?

August 13, 2018

Ever have one of those moments when you stop and question an assumption?

Urologists share words of wisdom from their mentors

July 25, 2018

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?"

Want to engage with patients? Hang a digital shingle

July 18, 2018

"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.

6 questions to ask before adopting new technology

June 11, 2018

"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.

Guideline-based medicine: A take-away from the AUA oral board exam

June 06, 2018

Henry Rosevear, MD, reflects on his recent experience as a faculty member at the AUA oral board exam.