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Topic: Practice Management

Features | March 2019

Transitioning a Medical Dermatology Practice to a Cosmetic Dermatology Practice

The transition is natural for many practices. Key is to set and follow a plan.
Kim Campbell; and Suneel Chilukuri, MD

The growing trend of medical practices transitioning to cosmetic practices is due in part to a variety of reasons including rapidly improving technology and increased consumer awareness and demand. An additional issue causing practices to...

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Features | March 2019

Dealing with Prescription Prior Authorization in Dermatology

Complaints and concerns abound, but remedies are slow in coming.
Bonnie Darves

Dermatologists and practice staff daily must surmount numerous administrative hurdles to help ensure that their patients receive recommended care and treatment and that the patient’s insurance plan covers what’s been prescribed....

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Features | March 2019

Take a Load Off Your Back: A How-To Guide

Dermatologic surgeons spend their days bent over exam tables to perform procedures. Their backs may suffer.
Gaurav Singh, MD, MPH

Back pain is extremely common, affecting 84 percent of people at some point in life.1 Risk factors for back pain include age, obesity, physically or psychologically demanding work, sedentary lifestyle, and psychological characteristics,...

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