Urology Practice Management Special Issue - May 2013 Vol 2, No 1
As the US healthcare system continues to evolve, physicians in every state and specialty are attempting to comply with new rules, expectations, and costs, and must adapt to meet new healthcare demands.
In men, prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed solid tumor malignancy in the United States and is the second highest cancer-specific cause of death after lung cancer.
Panel Discussion: Developing the Infrastructure to Adopt Newer Therapies: In-house Specialty Clinics
A number of practices represented on the panel have implemented or are in the process of implementing internal specialty referral mechanisms.
Overall, the practice of medicine has been evolving in recent years, and the specialty of urology has been no exception.
Debbie Barnes, CMPE, Kathy Hille, PhD, Deepak Kapoor, MD, Gary Kirsh, MD, Sharon Rouleau, Carol Sather, Earl Walz
Management of a urology office—large or small—is fraught with challenges, particularly in an era of rapidly evolving regulatory and fiscal environments.
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