In this episode, The Modern Urologist sits down at LUGPA with Dr. Jason Haffron, from Michigan Institute of Urology to talk about how his patient first mentality inspired him to develop new treatment pathways. The topic of being a young practicing urologist and how to become an influence within a well-established group practice are discussed. Treatment sequencing for advanced prostate disease is debated and how advances in treatment paradigms are leading to significant improvements in quality of life for patients. The changing demographic of the urology landscape and the need to adapt is also discussed.
Listen to how Dr. Jason Hafron from the Michigan Institute of Urology, found his passion for Urologic care at a young age and how he has since become an influential figure within a well-established group practice. Jason also discusses his evolution and involvement in creating a process-oriented practice and how his patient first mentally impacted his desire to develop new treatment pathways.
Treatment sequencing for advanced prostate cancer, advances in treatment, and the changing demographic of the urology landscape are also mentioned.