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Rob Mordkin: A Urologist’s Perspective on Healthcare

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Rob Mordkin shares a urologist’s perspective on healthcare on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast with Rob Oliver. Rob is also the chief medical officer of “Let’s Get Checked.” A member of the Baby Boomer generation, he joined the podcast from Washington DC. He also practices in Northern Virginia.

Here are 3 things that stood out as Rob Mordkin gave us a urologist’s perspective on healthcare:

· Robotic surgeries are not automatically performed, the surgeon is responsible for all of the actions that take place and there is no automated process.
· His current thoughts about quality healthcare are related to patients having easier access to diagnostics.
· The current movement is towards a holistic approach towards healthcare where services and specialties are not siloed.

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