Skin of Color
Despite the recent emergence of vaccines targeting dermatologic indications, most dermatologists aren't providing vaccinations—yet.
Paul Winnington, Editorial Director
Efforts to increase the adoption of HIT are currently underway, but physicians remain divided on the benefit of digital medicine.
Mark Kaufmann, MD
Modifications to the Medicare Modernization Act could alter the way you respond to a demand for repayment.
Sharon Andrews, RN, CCS-P
Given the number of possibilities for publication on the web, article writing can be a great marketing tool for your practice.
A new study supports different models of tumorigenesis for early- and late-onset melanoma, while additional data implicate genetics in early disease.
Jonathan Wolfe, MD
To adequately prepare residents for dermatology practice, residency programs must provide better education in aesthetics. Current residents identify training gaps.
Jake Laban and Christopher Zachary, MD
New investigational therapies blocking IL-12/23 may offer new possibilities in the treatment of psoriatic disease.
Jerry Bagel, MD
A new selective laser-induced melting procedure claims to be tailor made for dermatologists to perform liposuction procedures.
Gary Lask, MD
Joel Schlessinger, MD
Five recent publications link common skin diseases with other medical conditions.
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