Neil H. Baum

If disaster strikes, is your practice prepared?A month after Hurricane Harvey’s aftermath, Houston-based urologist Steven Canfield, MD, says his practice is still having to reschedule operating room times to help out with the hurricane-induced OR shortage.
Verbal anesthesia: How it’s used in urologic procedures
From seller to buyer: Tips for a smooth transitionNeil Baum, MD, and Randy Bauman discuss their tips to making the transition from practice seller to buyer as seamless as possible to keep patient retention rates high.
Scribes slash EMR burden
Scribes slash EMR burdenUrologists who view electronic medical record documentation as a burden are turning to scribes. Scribes, many say, relieve them of that burden, freeing urologists and other providers to focus on patient care.
Selling your practice: How to determine its valueThis article will discuss the concept of practice valuation and how to go from abstraction to dollars or how to make dollars and “cents” of the process of putting a dollar value on a urologic practice.
Selling your practice: How to start the process
Improve patient care as well as your businesstoday’s urologist has to stay current with new technology and care models and cater to patients who seek more knowledge and participation in their care. In part two of this two-part article, I will discuss how these practices are both good for business and for improving the quality of the care you provide.
Business of urology is more than just A/R, RVUsThe time has arrived for all urologists to become involved in the business side of their practice.