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StoneSmart: The forum to advance the science of Endourology
StoneSmart: The forum to advance the science of EndourologyA urology community inspired by you, created for you. With discussions hosted by Michael Borofsky, MD, you can share your experiences, exchange ideas, photos and videos, and discover insights in ureteroscopy with your peers.
Telemedicine policies expand access, dictate reimbursement
Telemedicine policies expand access, dictate reimbursementTelemedicine may provide urologists with enhanced care and unique benefits—or risks—depending on the specifics of the laws that pass.
What happens when prior auths don’t match services provided?
What happens when prior auths don’t match services provided?
AUA president: In uncertain times, urologists must unify
AUA president: In uncertain times, urologists must unifyIn this interview, newly elected AUA President J. Brantley Thrasher, MD, discusses the organization’s expanded efforts in advocacy, research, and education.
On-Demand and on-target: Why AUA Course Pass is worth your time
On-Demand and on-target: Why AUA Course Pass is worth your timeHenry Rosevear, MD, discusses his experience with the On-Demand Course Pass for this year’s AUA annual meeting, including the two On-Demand courses he found most informative.
Bx-related complications influence decision-making
Bx-related complications influence decision-makingMen who experience a prostate biopsy-related complication are more likely to seek active treatment for clinically localized prostate cancer than those who do not experience a complication, according to findings from a review of the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results Medicare linked database.
How do bladder Ca treatments compare in terms of survival?
How do bladder Ca treatments compare in terms of survival?There are no notable differences in overall survival, disease-specific survival, and progression-free survival between radical cystectomy and bladder-preserving combined modality treatment for muscle-invasive bladder cancer, according to a recent meta-analysis.
Telephone triage can jeopardize patient safety, lead to litigation
Telephone triage can jeopardize patient safety, lead to litigationLawsuits involving telephone triage tend to allege failure in a physician’s duty to treat, abandonment of the patient, or provision of sub-standard care.
HPV infection in men: Prevalence and vaccination coverage
HPV infection in men: Prevalence and vaccination coverage
Online information linked to PCa treatment regret
Online information linked to PCa treatment regretMen who use the Internet as their primary source for prostate cancer treatment decision-making are more likely to regret those decisions a year after treatment than those whose primary sources of information are radiation oncologists or urologists.