Urology Practice Management - July 2013 Vol 2, No 2

An operational assessment is a head-to-toe diagnostic review of your practice. The most difficult thing, he observed, is being objective about your practice. Read Article ›

Some say that being employed by a hospital is inevitable. While this may be true for cardiologists, it does not yet apply to urologists. Read Article ›

At the American Urological Asso­ci­ation annual practice management meeting, what urology practice managers need to know to prevent succumbing to billing and coding pitfalls was outlined. Read Article ›

Benchmarking—whether internal, competitive, functional, or generic—will help practices know in real time where your data are compared with the standard. Read Article ›

Is there life after fee-for-service? Kenneth T. Hertz, principal consultant of the MGMA Health Care Consulting Group in Englewood, Colorado, believes there is and that it depends on physicians’ ability to adapt to the future. Read Article ›

Urology offices can realize substantial benefits by taking steps to improve office efficiencies, which can be accomplished by maximizing the use of existing technologies and software programs. Read Article ›

Prostate cancer screening with prostate-specific antigen (PSA) tests should focus on men aged 55 to 69 years, the group that is the most likely to benefit from screening. Read Article ›

Prostate cancer is the most frequently detected cancer in men: 1 of 6 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during their lifetime based on Medicare enrollment data. Read Article ›

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