Skin of Color
Dermatologists are generally adept at diagnosing the various “red face” conditions, but sometimes mimickers are mistaken for rosacea
Joseph Bikowski, MD
As the field of therapies available for rosacea has expanded, clinicians must weigh the topical and oral treatment options on a case-by-case basis
Mark Bechtel, MD and Ann Bechtel, BSN
Given the prominence of visible diseases in dermatology, the psychological effects can be equally devastating for patients as the conditions themselves
Richard G. Fried, MD, PhD
Of all the bad news physicians give patients, “I'm sorry” seems the most dangerous. Here, we look at how to confront disclosure and why the gold standard treatment for a medical error should be an apology
Heidi Mandel PhD, DPM, Steven Mandel MD, and Zac Haughn
Paul Winnington, Editorial Director
Building and implementing a strong link strategy can increase Web traffic and ultimately boost revenue for your practice.
Elmer Books, MBA and David Zimmerman, MSSM
Offering a viable option in the diagnosis and management of pigmented lesions, noninvasive imaging tools may be beneficial in cosmetically sensitive areas, such as the face
Cindy Wassef, BA, Rosa Mateus, MD, and Babar K. Rao, MD
If you participate in Medicare, several auditing entities may be permitted access to your records
Sharon Andrews, RN, CCS-P
Now that we have cleared the initial hurdle of Meaningful Use, the onus is on clinicians to harness EHR technology to make patient care more efficient and effective
Mark Kaufmann, MD
Five new studies offer insights for treating and understanding rosacea.
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December 2011 Supplement