One dermatologist discusses four tips to help practices foster strong relationships in order to run smoothly and efficiently.
Edge Systems, known for its patented HydraFacial and Perk skincare technologies, has changed its name to The Hydrafacial Company, according to a company press release.
Dr. Derm recently performed a fairly simple excision, discussed blood thinners, but failed to ask his patient about “natural” herbal intake. The patient did not take any prescription blood thinners, but did take high daily dosages of garlic and ginkgo. A lawsuit was brought against Dr. Derm. Can he really have liability for all the things people ingest these days?
Consolidation is occurring throughout healthcare. An expert talks about what it means to practicing dermatologists.
Patient education can be a powerful tool that complements your expertise and boosts patient engagement.
Limited provider networks are cutting more than costs; these narrow networks are cutting dermatologists. One expert shares insight on what derms need to know.
A panel of veteran dermatologists tackled the topic of difficult patients at the 2016 CalDerm Symposium and offered some tips for successfully dealing with these patients.
Alexander Miller, MD, a dermatologist in Yorba Linda, Calif., has a simple message for colleagues grappling with the new ICD-10 codes: Don't panic!
It is important to note that where there are two or more recognized methods of diagnosing or treating the same condition, a physician does not fall below the standard of care by using any of the acceptable methods even if one method turns out to be less effective than another method.
Quality measurement, coverage trends are not new. Opportunity for specialty to develop its own valid data gathering methods. Dermatologists can seek guidance from specialties that have had success