It doesn’t matter where your practice is geographically located, there are very few areas where people are not seeking aesthetic procedures. To stay competitive, you have to be innovative, said Dr. Andrew Ordon. He offered several tips to attendees at The Aesthetic Show.
The AMA’s chief information officer talks digital health technology with Dermatology Times.
Specialties are being affected by policy reforms that impact physician payment. In this article, we breakdown the payment models and highlight the pros and cons of each model.
As regulatory demands and office expenses increase, insurance reimbursement seems flat or on a slow decline, says Howard Wooding Rogers, M.D.
Laser technologies can be an added benefit to your practice, but be a smart consumer, experts say.
It goes without saying that medical students and residents receive invaluable training that prepares them to provide high-quality care to their patients. For the vast majority of physicians the quality of medical education training they receive is not accompanied by a similar level of business training.
Speaking at the American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting in February, Dr. Brett Coldiron described challenges dermatologists should be prepared for this year, including Medicare payment reductions, insurers' cost-saving strategies and practice consolidations.
Specific training criteria and phone management policy and procedures to help your dermatology practice blow the competition away.
Litigation is largely due to a practitioner’s lack of training and the lack of informed consent for the patient.
Morgana Colombo, M.D., is partnering with Integrated Dermatology to lead its practice in Reston, Va., according to a news release.