Study shows how primary care and dermatology practices can collaborate to serve underserved populations.
There are four questions physicians should ask when considering using digital healthcare technologies, says Michael L. Hodgkins, M.D., chief medical officer for the American Medical Association. View the slideshow for more information.
The AMA’s chief information officer talks digital health technology with Dermatology Times.
Specialties are being affected by policy reforms that impact physician payment. In this article, we breakdown the payment models and highlight the pros and cons of each model.
Laser technologies can be an added benefit to your practice, but be a smart consumer, experts say.
Laser technology may be one of the most important purchases for a dermatology practice. Anne Chapas, M.D., of Union Square Laser Dermatology in New York, suggests that physicians do their research before making such an important investment. “I’ve actually seen people go bankrupt because they didn’t know how to use this very expensive laser that they purchased,” she said. Dr. Chapas suggests the following considerations before making your first purchase.