Dr. Baum

Neil H. Baum, MD, is a Clinical Professor of Urology at Tulane Medical School in New Orleans, Louisiana. He is the author of Marketing Your Clinical Practice – Ethically, Effectively, and Economically, which is in its 4th edition, has sold over 175,000 copies, and has been translated into Spanish. He also wrote The Complete Business Guide to a Successful Medical Practice, which was published in 2015, and is the author of numerous other publications on managing a urology practice. In this series, Dr. Baum presents quick tips on a variety of timely, relevant topics for the practicing urologist.

Dr. Baum - Telemedicine Vendor

Vetting Your Telemedicine Vendor

Neil H. Baum, MD, discusses how to choose the best telemedicine vendor for your practice.

Dr. Baum - Tele-Huddle

Tele-Huddle: The Best Two Minutes You Can Spend With Your Staff

Neil H. Baum, MD, discusses a management strategy – the tele-huddle – for getting your practice’s staff on the same page.

Dr. Baum - Managing Negative Reviews

Online Reputation Management: Managing Negative Reviews

Neil H. Baum, MD, discusses how physicians can respond to negative reviews and encourage positive ones to manage their online reputation.

Dr. Baum - Protecting Your Online Reputation

Protecting Your Online Reputation

Neil H. Baum, MD, discusses how a successful practice is linked to a physician’s online reputation and offers tips for improving public-facing feedback.

Dr. Baum - Ergonomic Solutions for Urologists

Ergonomic Solutions for Urologists

Neil H. Baum, MD, highlights eight solutions to alleviate ergonomic injuries that put urologic surgeons at risk for neck pain, back pain, and eye fatigue.

Dr. Baum - Telemedicine for Seniors

Telemedicine for Seniors

Neil H. Baum, MD, discusses how to make telemedicine work for seniors as virtual visits will continue to be important, even after COVID-19 dissipates.

Dr. Baum - Telemedicine Etiquette

Telemedicine Etiquette for Urologists

Neil H. Baum, MD, discusses the importance of telemedicine etiquette as more and more urologists move to virtual visits to manage patient care.