Skin of Color
A Successful therapeutic approach requires sensitivity to patients' concerns and efforts to minimize pigmentary alterations.
Fran E. Cook-Bolden, MD
When it comes to timely collection of payments, different staff members have important responsibilities.
Hiring a qualified and talented PA is just the first step in forging a mutually rewarding, patient-focused relationship.
Abby Jacobson, PA-C
Soft tissue augmentation has become a subtle practice of technique and knowledge. An expert shares tips on using established and recent therapies.
Susan H. Weinkle, MD
A popular topical agent offers anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and sebosuppressive effects that could prove useful for management of seborrheic dermatitis.
Joseph Bikowski, MD
While there are no easy resolutions to ethical dilemmas, experts emphasize the importance of reflection and discussion in building higher ethical standards.
Ted Pigeon, Associate Editor
A review of some common causes for claim denials identifies strategies for obtaining proper reimbursement.
Termination is not desirable or easy, but it is a necessary element of running a medical practice and business.
Of all the considerations to make when starting a practice, the most important is knowing when you are ready—personally and professionally.
Pharmaceutical interventions and procedures allow for successful long-term management of rosacea, but what can patients do for quick redness reduction?
Increased FDA scrutiny of dermal fillers reminds clinicians of the need to understand how various agents work and how best to administer them.
Recent findings question a current theory of tumorigenesis, suggesting new avenues for research and therapeutic development.
Joel Schlessinger, MD
Here are five ways patients may be affected by the dwindling economy and steps your practice can take to minimize the impact.
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