Joseph Bikowski, MD, FAAD, Chief Medical Editor
Patients do not want the convenience, efficiency, and lower costs achieved with better use of technology to compromise personal interactions with the doctor.
“Upcoding” is the latest unanticipated chapter in the long-running regulatory saga of EHRs.
Mark Kaufmann, MD, FAAD
The contrast between cosmetic and medical may appear sharp, but a sound approach to dermatology requires both balance and blend.
Joel Schlessinger, MD, FAAD
New data offer leads regarding the onset and risk of varying types of skin cancer.
As our knowledge of non-melanoma skin cancers continues to evolve, so will our treatments.
Gary Goldenberg, MD
The approach to treatment may be shifting from targeting the lesions we see to addressing an underlying pathology.
Neal Bhatia, MD
Attempts at linguistic efficiency are actually making it difficult for patients and many in the healthcare field to truly understand who can—and cannot—perform specific duties.
Diane Hanna, APRN-BC, Melodie Young, APRN-BC, Lucinda Whitney, APRN-B,C Jeffrey Hsu, MD, and Ashish Bhatia, MD
A high prevalence of undiagnosed cases of active psoriatic arthritis is seen in patients with psoriasis.
Jerry Bagel, MD
Mac Machan, MD, Melissa S. Jacobs, MD, and Garth R. Fraga, MD
Paul Wirth, Jr. and Leon Kircik, MD