OBGyn MSOs – What Are They And Why Do They Exist?

Posted by Clark Love on Nov 22, 2017 8:48:39 AM

With recent changes to healthcare and reimbursement, interest in management service organizations (MSOs) has increased. In years past, these services have been met with caution, as they were judged to create more risk than reward. However, recently that balance has shifted. Here, ObGyn MSOs will be discussed.

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Topics: ObGyn Practices

The Primary Sources of Patient Complaints in ObGyn & Urology Practices

Posted by Clark Love on Oct 2, 2017 1:20:28 PM

In today’s medical marketplace, physicians such as urologists and ObGyns are finding it more and more difficult to keep doors open in the face of deceased reimbursements and patients who lack medical insurance. Additionally, attracting new patients is harder than ever, thanks to the prevalence of websites which allow patients to rate their doctors, sometimes leaving bad reviews which do not adequately depict the situation from both sides.

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Topics: ObGyn Practices, Medical Practice Operations

Should OB-GYN Practices Provide Incontinence Care?

Posted by Clark Love on Aug 9, 2017 3:42:54 PM

Incontinence is an uncomfortable subject that affects millions of men and women worldwide. Traditionally, an incontinence sufferer would visit his or her primary physician and then be referred to a urologist, depending on symptom severity. Recently, a number of OB-GYN practices have begun offering incontinence care. Here, whether OB-GYN practices should provide care for incontinent patients will be discussed.

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Topics: urodynamics, incontinence, ObGyn Practices

Should ObGyn Physicians Offer Anorectal Manometry (ARM)

Posted by Clark Love on Aug 8, 2017 10:28:53 AM

When it comes to bowel disorders, there is significant overlap among various medical fields. Anorectal manometry (ARM) is a diagnostic tool used in the determination of bowel disorders such as chronic constipation and fecal incontinence. Gastroenterologists commonly administer ARM tests, but should OBGYN physicians offer anorectal manometry as well?

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Topics: Anorectal Manometry, ObGyn Practices