Preserving the Practice of Urology in California Since 1986

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ACR 111, Kiley – proclaims the month of September 2019 as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in California

September 6, 2019

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 111 CHAPTER 135   Relative to Prostate Cancer Awareness Month.   [ Filed with Secretary of…

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Resident doctors say UC Davis Health has agreed to bargain with their union

June 4, 2019

Article from the Sacramento Bee, May 1 By Alyssa Hodenfield | Cathie Anderson UC Davis Health has agreed to negotiate…

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Good news for coalition opposing SB201 (Intersex)

April 12, 2019

Faced with a broad coalition of pediatric and urological societies, plus powerful patient testimony and CUA/CMA opposition, the committee hearing…

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How to Avoid HIPAA Violations on Social Media

April 12, 2019

How to Avoid HIPAA Violations on Social Media HIPAA, or the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, was passed in…

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CUA Synopsis: AUA Advocacy Summit Summary 2019

March 20, 2019

By CUA Secretary, Dr. John Lam By Dr. John Lam, CUA Secretary The following is a comprehensive summary of the…

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CUA Past-President to Lead AUA Public Policy Council

March 7, 2019

The CUA is proud to announce that Dr. Eugene Rhee, CUA past-president (2009-2013), has been appointed as chair of the…

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CMA: 12 ways to be a physician advocate

March 5, 2019

Article from the CMA Newswire. To help physicians improve advocacy efforts on behalf of patients, CMA has published this helpful…

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CUA supports proposed HHS rule for fixing drug rebates

February 7, 2019

Drug discounts should be benefitting beneficiaries—not drug industry middlemen. Trump Administration Proposes to Lower Drug Costs by Targeting Backdoor Rebates…

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SB 201: CUA Pres. debates InterAct on Radio Show

February 6, 2019

Should CA ban nonconsensual ‘medically unnecessary’ surgery on intersex minors? Click the link below to read the full article and…

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New Laws 2019: What physicians need to know

January 10, 2019

To help physicians understand the most significant new health laws, CMA has published its annual new laws round up. Click…

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Docs Complain to Congress About Prior Authorization Hurdles https://t.co/GqWLYCVRi9
Physicians say the costs of gaining prior authorization can be 'financially devastating' for small practices.

Misdiagnosis, rising out-of-pocket costs, and access to care in rural areas are just some of the challenges faced by Californians living with #rarediseases. Thanks to @CalRARE + #CARareDiseaseCaucus for raising awareness around these challenges.

Some #MediCal patients drive hundreds of miles to seek care from specialty providers, study reveals. Vulnerable patients should have similar access to care as other Californians. @JimWoodAD2 - we urge you to call for a hearing. @Sacbee_news https://t.co/W2VukfO1sc

"More Physicians Pursuing Job Opportunities in Telemedicine"
https://t.co/knIdrbjHSl

We will be covering this at the WSAUA meeting in Monterey.
https://t.co/9YzirsT5c3

@sstinch @AmerUrological @EugeUrology Thanks to Eugene, Errol and Stephanie for paving the way for the future of telemedicine and urology!

SB201 fails to acknowledge overwhelming patient satisfaction with early surgical intervention related to variations of physical sex characteristics. @SenBobArchuleta @L2ChangCA @BillDoddCA @SenatorGalgiani @Steve_Glazer @SenatorLeyva @DrPanMD @ScottWilkCA Say No to #SB201

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