Dermatology’s leaders share perspectives on how the new Administration may impact medicine.
Several dermatologists go over what they're most excited about to see in 2017 in a number of different topics ranging from AD treatment to off-label technology use, to more male patients.
In 2016, Dermatology Times provided several articles offering guidance on the business side of dermatology. Spanning such topics as using social media effectively, to designing the ideal office space and whether or not a cash-based model is right for you, these were the top five practice management articles of 2016.
Financial advisors to more than 1,000 physicians, two experts go over the top-five wealth management habits they've noticed in their more affluent clients.
Experts discuss the forces contributing to costs that are rising faster in the United States than in other countries, as well as what dermatologists can do now to help patients get access to more affordable medications.
Conducting an evaluation in the marketplace and looking to independent sources of information are steps that need to be taken before buying any energy-based device to be used in cosmetic dermatology.
There are some things that dermatologists can do now to help patients lower their drug costs.
The art of communication must be mastered to gain patients’ trust and, ultimately, to become better doctors, according to Kathleen M. Welsh, M.D. who presented at the 2016 ASDS annual meeting.