Kidney stone population management program yields several benefits

January 5, 2021
Urology Times staff

Reza Z. Goharderakhshan, MD, discusses how patient compliance for recommended studies increased from less than 10% to 82% following implementation of the program.

In this interview, Reza Z. Goharderakhshan, MD, discusses findings from the recent Urology Practice study, “Population management approach to kidney stone care improves patient compliance to preventive measures and reduces resource utilization in patients at high risk for stone recurrence,” for which he served as a study author. Goharderakhshan is a urologist at Southern California Permanente Medical Group, Pasadena.

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