For any USA-based medical practice, there is a wide range of benefits that comes with outsourcing. As the healthcare industry becomes more competitive, outsourcing non-core services can help practices improve patient experiences and outcomes while also helping to create additional revenue without the need for training their own staff or investing in expensive equipment and facilities, all of which is handled by the specialized healthcare professional who is outsourced to.
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Urodynamic testing has the potential to provide health care professionals with much more detailed information on the health of their patient’s bladders, urethras, and their body’s ability to store and flush urine. Urodynamics, especially when used in rural health clinics, allows health care professionals to more accurately diagnose causes of urinary incontinence and other issues relating to the bladder and lower urinary system, making it a key service that needs to be integrated into RHC practices.
What Is Urodynamics?
Urodynamics along with urodynamic testing, in its simplest form, is the assessment of how the bladder, urethra, and associated sphincters do their job for storing and releasing urine from the body.
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- Significantly increases BHN’s size and profitability
- Further expands BHN’s geographic footprint into the New England states and Florida
- Expands BHN’s diagnostic services offering
- Increases the depth of BHN’s clinical teams
- Immediately accretive to earnings
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Flowood, MS – Brighter Health Network, LLC (BHN), which offers medical diagnostic solutions such as urodynamic testing services, today announced it has acquired Urodynamic Testing Specialists (UTS) for an undisclosed amount. The acquisition is expected to be immediately accretive to earnings and will significantly increase BHN’s top and bottom lines.
Medtronic just released a new product called the Medtronic NURO for treating overactive bladder (OAB). It will compete directly with Uroplasty's incumbent product Urgent® PC. (Note: Uroplasty is now owned by Cogentix Medical) We have been using the Urgent PC product within several partner clinics we serve, and we have had great success with it. I am sure many will be looking for a NURO and Urgent PC product comparison, so we have attempted to compile a comparison in the bullets below and in the included video. There are quite a few differences, but the major ones are detailed below.
Bladder Health Network, LLC – a national leader in mobile medical diagnostics with an emphasis on urology and OB/GYN practices – announced today that it is changing its corporate name to Brighter Health Network. The name change reflects the company’s current and ongoing expansion into other healthcare segments and the delivery of new, complementary, onsite, innovative patient therapies.