CUA in Action

  • Actively Working for Members
    CUA provides urologists with representation on state and national levels. On a state level, CUA acts as a "watch-dog" vigilantly watching out against attacks on our our freedom to practice and fighting burdensome regulations.
  • Protecting Present and Future
    The major objectives and purposes of the CUA are to preserve and protect present and future urological care for the people of California by providing care and keeping up with medical development, implementation and economic support of new technology.
  • Available to Serve Members
    The CUA offers 'hotline' assistance to members with difficulties including insurance billings, or reimbursement infractions. The total membership is currently 475, representing approximately 52% of the State's board certified urologists.
  • Representing California Urologists Since 1986
    The CUA is the largest state urological, non-profit organization that is dedicated to improving patient access and reimbursement for evolving therapies, therapeutic agents, and devices through policy and legislative reform.

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  • Pioneers in Health Policy Education
    The CUA leadership was among the first in the nation to recognize the need for organized grass roots advocacy on behalf of patients and health policy leadership education forums for urologists.

Industry Partners & Support

  • The CUA is on the front lines of many key issues critical to patient access and quality of care. We are committed to building ethical, collaborative and beneficial relationships that help us achieve our objectives. By contributing to the corporate sponsorship program, companies align themselves with the largest statewide urological association in the country. Call Jeannie at 714-550-9155 for more information.

  • Medical Practice Appraisal Valuation

    Free first phone consult for CUA members

    Keith C. Borglum CHBC, CBB

    Specializing in startups, mergers, brokerage and appraisal of physician practices for sale, purchase, buy-in, pay-out, divorce and shareholder litigation.

Thank you Partners!

Frontlines

  • CUA Past-President to Lead AUA Public Policy Council

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  • CMA: 12 ways to be a physician advocate
    Article from the CMA Newswire

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  • CUA supports proposed HHS rule for fixing drug rebates
    Drug discounts should be benefitting beneficiaries—not drug industry middlemen.

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  • SB 201: CUA Pres. debates InterAct on Radio Show
    Should CA ban nonconsensual ‘medically unnecessary’ surgery on intersex minors?

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  • New Laws 2019: What physicians need to know
    To help physicians understand the most significant new health laws, CMA has published its annual new laws round up.

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  • Peter Bretan Elected CMA President-Elect
    A huge win for urology in a run-off election at the CMA HOD presidential election

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  • CUA endorses Peter Bretan for CMA President

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  • CUA Report Spring/Summer 2018
    Click to read this issue online

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  • CMA survey finds rampant health plan payment abuses
    A recent survey by the California Medical Association (CMA) confirms that health plans regularly engage in unfair payment practices, with two-thirds of physician practices reporting routine payment abuses in violation of state law.

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  • CUA Members featured in Bloomberg Article
    The Little Blue Pill: An Oral History of Viagra

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