Henry Rosevear

5 years and 50 blogs later: Big lessons from the real worldUrologist Henry Rosevear, MD, reflects on the three lessons he's learned in 5 years of practicing urology.
Top 5 Dr. Rosevear blogs of 2017Dr. Henry Rosevear's most-read blog posts from 2017 cover topics including the AUA annual meeting, physician employment, and pain control.
Do you ‘feel the Bern’? What a single-payer system portends"While I don’t know if I 'feel the Bern' about a single-payer system, I also don’t think I would have to start looking for a second job if we transitioned to that system," writes Henry Rosevear, MD.
Cost variation among urologists: Can we trim the fat?"All the surgeons I know think that while they may not be the best in the world at what they do, they are clearly above average (think Lake Wobegon, but as adults). Hence, it can be a little disconcerting when data is produced that suggests that at least half of us have room for improvement," writes Henry Rosevear, MD.
Physician employment: Both good and bad resultsDr. Henry Rosevear looks at how practices have changed since he entered into medicine and what these changes mean for urologists.
How profit enters the product development equationAfter attending an industry dinner, urologist Henry Rosevear, MD, came away with an appreciation for the role of health care economics in bringing a product to market.
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.