Skin of Color
In Focus: Skin Cancer, Fungal Disease, PRP, and More
Joel Schlessinger, MD
Make sure your practice does everything it can to satisfy and retain employees.
Naren Arulrajah with Vikas Vij
Are PHRs the key to interoperability?
Mark Kaufmann, MD
Nicole Tillman, DO, Elizabeth Young, BS, Nathan Cleaver, DO
When digitally displayed in an appropriate way, patient images can inform patients about services you offer, launching conversations and conversions.
People of all skin types, including Asians and Hispanics, benefit from education on sun-protection & skin cancer.
With Joel L. Cohen, MD
Evan Schlam, MD
SKs are benign lesions that may be removed for medical or aesthetic reasons. It's essential to distinguish SKs from malignant lesions.
Gary Goldenberg, MD
How pictures can make a difference in patient education and add some gloss to your pearls.
Sandra Marchese Johnson, MD
Allison Cruse, MD; Joy King, MD, PhD; Leslie Partridge, NP; and Robert T. Brodell, MD
Michael B. Lipp, DO, Alyx Rosen, MD, and Martin N. Zaiac, MD
An established intervention coupled with a newer treatment may offer optimal results.
Kim Nichols, MD, Emily Anne Palmer, MA, and Shaina Gregory
Recommendations for managing patient photos while preserving privacy.
Practicing picture-perfect dermatology.
Todd E. Schlesinger, MD, FAAD
At least two noninvasive modalities that specifically target double chins can be used alone or together.
Amy Forman Taub, MD
Although treatment is associated with a high rate of toxicity, survival benefit is extended at a higher dose.
Jonathan Wolfe, MD
New science and new approaches for dry skin.
Margaret Dennin, BS and Peter A. Lio, MD
A look at what's new and what you need to know in 2017.
Jason O'Dell, MS, CWM, John Kelly, CLU, RHU, and Greg James, CPC, QPA, QKA
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June 2017 Insert
June 2017 Supplement