Henry Rosevear

Do you own an S corp? Why I made the switchHenry Rosevear, MD, discusses the pros and cons of S corporations and why he decided to create one.
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.
Burnout, biopsy, BPH, and more: Post-AUA reviewUrologist Henry Rosevear, MD, reviews his personal highlights from AUA 2017, along with a few bumps in the road.
Don’t skimp on sleep: The consequences of sleep deprivationAfter reading an article suggesting that surgeons are similar to athletes, Henry Rosevear, MD, argues that surgeons should start treating themselves as such and also be aware of the impact poor sleep habits can have on performance.
Prior authorization and decision trees: Roots of my frustrationUrologist Henry Rosevear, MD, thinks it may be time to bring patients into the prior authorization process.
Men’s health: A forgotten topicIn many ways, policymakers, insurance companies, and certain health care providers seem to have a total disregard for men’s health, writes Henry Rosevear, MD.
Top 5 blog posts by Dr. Henry Rosevear
Apparently, I'm worth less than a staplerUrologist Henry Rosevear, MD, discusses a recent OR experience that had him rethink his value as a surgeon and consider a possible alternative to better align the financial incentives of the surgeon with the hospital's goals.
Readers share their two cents on $4.07 insurance paymentIn his recent blog post “My $4.07 check: A sign of the times,” Henry Rosevear, MD, shared how, after managing a patient with an obstructing stone and billing $1,332.25 for his services, he received a check from the Colorado Indigent Care Program, the patient’s insurer, for $4.07. His blog post prompted a wave of comments, commiseration, and suggestions.
MOC: Members of the UT editorial board weigh inIn conjunction with Urology Times' recent coverage of maintenance of certification (MOC), we asked several members of the UT Editorial Advisory Board to weigh in with their thoughts on MOC.