AUA Data Committee Chair discusses how census results can boost legislative effortsNovember 28th 2022
“Almost 1/3 [of telehealth visits] were planned as audio-only, and the healthcare system is no longer going to pay for that. We can use the data from our census to go to Congress and say, 'Hey, you're making a mistake,’” says Amanda North, MD.
Dr. North shares 2021 AUA census results on residents and fellowsNovember 23rd 2022
“There have been a lot of efforts to increase the diversity of the urologic workforce, and I think the fruits of our labor are starting to show themselves when we look at the residents,” says Amanda North, MD.
Kidney stone treatment inches toward precision medicineAugust 12th 2022
"As more genes are classified and catalogued, diagnosis and treatment of kidney stones inches further and further toward 'precision medicine,' " write Rutul Patel, DO, MS, and Alexander Small, MD.
How active surveillance has changed the management of prostate cancerMarch 9th 2022
In this installment of the Urology Times' 50th Anniversary Innovation Celebration, Kara L. Watts, MD, discusses the emergence and increasing uptake of active surveillance as a management strategy for men with prostate cancer.