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Urology Practice Management Special Issue - September 2013 Vol 2, No 3

June 8, 2013, Dallas, Texas The healthcare delivery landscape in the United States continues to shift as reforms mandated in 2010 by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act become manifest. The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation, accountable care organizations, and the health insurance marketplace (or exchange), slated to begin in January 2014, will continue to impact the practice of medicine.
For men in the United States, prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed solid tumor malignancy. It is one of the highest cancer-specific causes of death, second only to lung cancer.
Ownership of any type of business means balancing income and expenses to ensure profitability and stability. External factors that influence business success include market dynamics (ie, competition, pricing, consumer needs and pref­erences), product and service inno­vations, and industry regulations. Changes in all of these external influences are culminating in both opportunities and challenges for urologists and their practice managers.

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