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.
In the second of a two-part series, Neil H. Baum, MD, discusses how urologists can use technology to improve medication compliance now and in the future.
In the first of a two-part series, Neil H. Baum, MD, discusses the importance of medication compliance and what urologists need to do to improve patient safety.
It may not happen frequently, but at least 90% of doctors have had to end a doctor-patient relationship at least once and it can be a sensitive situation that is important to get right. GRU Contributing Editor Neil H. Baum, MD, discusses how to go about terminating a doctor-patient relationship.
GRU Contributing Editor Neil H. Baum, MD, details the current employment situation for many nonclinical workers, and highlights three main reasons why a physician may need to fire non-clinical staff: integrity violations, economic downturns, and nonperformance.
In Part 2 of his presentation on efficiency in the urologic practice, Neil H. Baum, MD, Clinical Professor of Urology at Tulane Medical School in New Orleans, Louisiana, offers five more ideas about how urologists can be more productive.
Neil H. Baum, MD, clinical professor of urology at Tulane Medical School in New Orleans, Louisiana, discusses the importance of efficiency and how urologists can improve their practice’s efficiency.
Neil H. Baum, MD, continues his discussion of why urologists have trouble creating balance in their personal and professional lives and offers five new suggestions for a happy, fulfilled work and personal life.
Neil H. Baum, MD, discusses why urologists have trouble creating balance in their personal and professional lives and offers five suggestions to address this.