myBOWEL&BLADDER Health Program - USPI Service Line Strategy Group
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myBOWEL&BLADDER Health Program

The myBOWEL&BLADDER Health Program aligns various surgical leaders, USPI facilities, and our patients to created trusted partnerships that deliver care optimization and complete health®. This physician-led, patient-centered service line can enhance the facility’s portfolio of services while providing enhanced access to care for patients needing interventional procedures for bowel or bladder incontinence. Procedures under this service line can positively impact patients’ quality of life for those suffering from incontinence due to underlying physical problems or changes, including but not limited to:


Incontinence affects nearly 3,000,000 people in the U.S., and most experts suggest it is widely underreported and diagnosed due to its sensitive nature. However, factors such as an increasingly aging population, consumer education, and growing acceptance of incontinence issues are driving the market for treatment options forward.


The myBOWEL&BLADDER Health Program will require a Physician Champion who has a good reputation in the community, supports USPI’s commitment to quality and compliance, and is:

  • A Urologist, Gynecologist, Urogynecologist, Colorectal surgeon, or General Surgeon
  • Has specialty training in sling procedures, pulsed magnetic neuromodulation, inflatable urethral sphincter procedures, and/or implant material injection
  • Not trained on above procedures, but is highly proficient and willing to be trained

Facility Opportunity

Can your facility answer “yes” to any of the following?

  • Your facility has the tower, image capture, and other items necessary to perform bowel and bladder procedures?
  • Does the facility have OR capacity for more cases?
  • Is the facility utilized by gynecology, urology, general surgery, urogynecology, and/or colorectal specialists?
  • Are you interested in meeting a market and community demand?


Turnkey support with operational workflows and community engagement are available through USPI’s Service Line Strategy Group team to ensure your program implementation is successful.

Judy Eustace


Grace Riepe

Director of Operations


Let’s work together today. Let’s create a relationship for better care.

Delivering physician-led, patient-centered, innovative strategies for care optimization and complete health® in the communities we serve.