Organization: NEW JERSEY UROLOGY LLC
Address: 1033 CLIFTON AVE, CLIFTON, NJ, 07013
|Affiliated Hospital||Chilton Medical Center|
|Participates in Physician Quality Reporting System?||Yes|
|Participating in Electronic Prescribing (eRx) Incentive Program?||No|
|Participating in Electronic Health Records ( eHr ) program?||Yes|
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|51797||Insertion of device into the abdomen with measurement of pressure and urine flow rate|
|52204||Biopsy of the bladder using an endoscope|
|52601||Electro-removal of prostate through bladder canal (urethra) with control of bleeding using an endoscope|
|52648||Laser vaporization of prostate including control of bleeding using an endoscope|
|57288||Creation of sling around bladder canal (urethra) to control leakage|
|51741||Electronic assessment of bladder emptying|
|99213||Established patient office or other outpatient visit, typically 15 minutes|
|99203||New patient office or other outpatient visit, typically 30 minutes|
|52649||Laser fragmentation of prostate tissue with control of bleeding using an endoscope|
|52353||Crushing of stone in urinary duct (ureter) using an endoscope|
|76942||Ultrasonic guidance imaging supervision and interpretation for insertion of needle|
|81003||Automated urinalysis test|
|99212||Established patient office or other outpatient visit, typically 10 minutes|
|52005||Insertion of catheter into urinary duct (ureter) using an endoscope|
|51798||Ultrasound measurement of bladder capacity after voiding|
|52351||Diagnostic examination of the bladder, bladder canal (urethra), and urinary duct (ureter) or kidney using an endoscope|
|99233||Subsequent hospital inpatient care, typically 35 minutes per day|
|52000||Diagnostic examination of the bladder and bladder canal (urethra) using an endoscope|
|99232||Subsequent hospital inpatient care, typically 25 minutes per day|
|J9217||LEUPROLIDE ACETATE SUSPNSION|
|52332||Insertion of stent in urinary duct (ureter) using an endoscope|
|51784||Non-needle measurement and recording of electrical activity of muscles at bladder and bowel openings|
|96402||Hormonal anti-neoplastic chemotherapy administration beneath the skin or into muscle|
|50590||Shock wave crushing of kidney stones|
|55700||Biopsy of prostate gland|
|99223||Initial hospital inpatient care, typically 70 minutes per day|
|52224||Destruction of (less than 0.5 centimeters) growths of the bladder and bladder canal (urethra) using an endoscope|
|51728||Insertion of electronic device into bladder with voiding pressure studies|
|52310||Removal of foreign body, stone, or stent from bladder canal (urethra) or bladder using an endoscope|
Affilated Hospital Patient Reports Information:
SURVEY DATES: 10/1/13-9/30/14
OVERALL PATIENT RATING (10 BEING THE HIGHEST)
HOW OFTEN DID NURSES COMMUNICATE WELL?
HOW OFTEN DID DOCTORS COMMUNICATE WELL?
HOW OFTEN WAS PAIN WELL CONTROLLED?
HOW OFTEN WAS ROOM & BATHROOM CLEAN?
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