Category: Urodynamics


How Urodynamics can increase your practice’s profits

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Blog 08192015 Urodynamics Can Increase Profits (1) Urodynamics, usually referring to the study of the lower urinary tract, is a set of tests usually left to Urologists. Our ancillary solution allows you to provide this service directly to your patients, in your own practice. Our urodynamics solution, along with our male-specific UroCuff testing, is the  […]

How services like Urodynamics and UroCuff are making patients more loyal

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Blog Post How services like Urodynamics UroCuff Offering your patients ancillary services expands your repertoire and helps entice your patient base into returning to your clinic to seek service. Offering a solution like our Urodynamics Testing or our UroCuff Testing offers your patients a one-of-a-kind diagnosis option previously only offered in a urology clinic. Our  […]

Reasons Why Urodynamics and Urocuff Testing Helps Improve Patient Care

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Reasons Why Urodynamics UroCuff Helps Improve Patient Care Over 13 million Americans suffer from incontinence, 85% are women. It is estimated that 1 in 4 women ages 30-59 have experienced an episode of urinary incontinence and 50% or more of the elderly population are incontinent. Approximately 80% of those affected by urinary incontinence can be  […]

Independent Reviews of Urodynamic Testing including UroCuff

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Independent Reviews of Urodynamic Testing including UroCuff and Resulting Patient Outcomes, For Physicians Tracing its routes back to the 1800’s when instruments were first developed to measure bladder pressure and urine flow rate, Urodynamic Testing has become much more specialized over the course of history and its implementation has increased exponentially to understand the medical  […]

An independent review of Urodynamic Tests and their benefits.

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Independent Review Urodynamics Scouring papers and finding independent reviews of the tests utilized in a urodynamic study (including UroCuff), helps to answer several questions: How is a patient’s outcome influenced by a urodynamic study? Is incontinence improved directly or indirectly? What kind of treatment options are most readily used in treating incontinence? Does a urodynamic  […]

Superb Ways To Increase Practice Revenue Using AMS’s UroCuff and Urodynamic Testing Without Extending Your Workday.

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Urodynamics 2 As all of us age, we are faced with embarrassing problems such as incontinence. Over 13 million Americans suffer from incontinence, 85% are women. It is estimated that 1 in 4 women ages 30-59 have experienced an episode of urinary incontinence and 50% or more of the elderly population are incontinent. Approximately 80%  […]

Expand your current patient offer with a full range of Urodynamic Testing, including the new UroCuff specifically targeted at males.

Urodynamic Testing

Blog Post Expand your current patient offer with a full range of Urodynamic Testing Why send your patients out to a specialist when you can expand your current offering with an ancillary service that brings diagnostic testing to your practice with no start-up costs? Our complete urodynamic testing solution brings staff and equipment directly to  […]

Reasoning behind why Urodynamics and the UroCuff test are appropriate for clinicians and health care today:

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Well over 3 million Americans are incontinent, of which 85% of them are women.  Between the ages 30-59, one in four women have experienced an episode of urinary incontinence.  50% or more of elderly persons living at home or in long-term care facilities are incontinent.  Approximately 80% of those affected by urinary incontinence can be  […]

3 Reasons Your Practice Needs AMS’s Urodynamics and UroCuff Testing Solution

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Everywhere I look, I see new practices specific to geriatric care opening or new care facilities being built that are aimed at our aging population.  In a previous blog update, I mentioned some numbers on the aging population and the increase, as well as projected increase, in female patients experiencing some form of incontinence.  I  […]