Skin of Color
With so many effective therapies now available, dermatologists must be prepared to guide their patients to the right treatment for their specific presentation.
Jerry Bagel, MD and Francis Caban, MD
Appropriate questioning and thorough education set the stage for long-term control and patient satisfaction.
Paul Winnington, Editorial Director
Recognizing the impact of rosacea on each individual facilitates selection of interventions to support and maintain meaningful improvements.
Newer treatment options exist for this rare condition, but many patients may forgo therapy.
Wendy Miklos, MD, MAJ, USA, MC, Chris Collins, MD, CPT, USA, MC and Chad Hivnor, MD, MAJ, USAF, MC
Incentive plans are a crucial element of any medical practice. Here's how to improve yours.
Electronic Health Records remain a key discussion point for physicians and health professionals, although action is at a pause and questions remain.
A new program to be introduced nationwide this month introduces a new brand of independent claims auditors that earn a portion of money reclaimed.
As incidence of molluscum contagiosum rises, it's essential to understand its etiology, recognize its typical presentation, and be aware of various therapies available.
By creatively combining new and established fillers, cosmetic surgeons can optimize results and minimize downtime… even at short notice.
STATs have been implicated in the genesis and progression of various cancers. The latest research explores the role of STAT3 in melanoma.
Joel Schlessinger, MD
Here are five useful websites that may assist physicians in learning about Electronic Medical Records and how to implement a program in medical practice.
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