Skin of Color
In the midst of an economic recession, specialists uncover earnings trends and recommend strategies for practices to protect revenues.
Paul Winnington, Editorial Director
The secret to delivery of more efficient care may lie in office set-up and staff utilization.
Larry R. Brooks, AIA
Though Pay-for-Performance has affected primary care medicine for years, it has only recently expanded into specialized medicine. Experts discuss its eventual impact on dermatology.
Ted Pigeon, Associate Editor
Patient interest in a novel eyelash therapy may present a timely opportunity for dermatologists to expand cosmetic services.
Jeanine B. Downie, MD
Ensuring success in the cosmetic realm means tailoring your practice to suit the needs of your patients. What's right for them is right for the practice.
Glenn Morley and Suzanne Stetson
Recent research has improved our understanding of barrier function and opened new therapeutic avenues.
Joseph Bikowski, MD
CMS updates the list of bundled pairs quarterly, making it nearly impossible to become an "expert" on use of un-bundling modifier 59.
Sharon Andrews, RN, CCS-P
A swarm of controversy has enveloped biologics due to concerns about progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy.
Jerry Bagel, MD
Implantation of NASHA fillers too superficially can produce the Tyndall effect. Besides aesthetic elegance, longevity after injection and an excellent safety record, a significant advantage of NASHA fillers is that they are reversible when misplaced.
Hema Sundaram, MD
A recent data analysis doesn't support screenings by PCPs, but they still can be a vital component of bringing skin cancer education and care to a large population of patients.
Jonathan Wolfe, MD
Joel Schlessinger, MD
These timely tips can help protect your patients from adverse events and allergic reactions as they deal with daily life.
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