Authors



Christopher G. Bunick, MD, PhD

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Key Takeaways on the Management of Atopic Dermatitis

Panelists share parting advice and key takeaways on the optimal management of atopic dermatitis within the treatment landscape.


Brian Iriye, MD

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Considering consumerism in health care

Patients’ ability to choose can affect your practice.


Neha Kinariwalla

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Looking at the scalp and nails during a skin exam is key

A presentation from the 2021 virtual American Academy of Pediatrics Conference & Exhibition urges including examination of the scalp and nails during any skin exam.


Christine Blank

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Drug Price Hikes Already Found in 2023

List prices of 450 medications have increased 5% overall at the beginning of 2023. More price hikes are expected.


Matthew Reedy, MD

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Administrative Burden of Prescribing Biologics

Prescribing biologics can require a complex approval and claims process. Creating a tiered system based on office workload can help practices understand and allocate staff time. Outsourcing approvals to pharmacies where possible can also streamline the process.


Logan Lutton

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Majority of state medical boards see increase in COVID-19 misinformation complaints against physicians

An alarming amount of COVID-19 disinformation is prevalent even from physicians.


Matthew Gavidia

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Study: Lifestyle Behaviors Linked With Psoriasis Development

Lifestyle behaviors, such as body mass index and smoking, were shown to have a stronger association with psoriasis, regardless of genetic risk.


Jeff Bendix

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Creating Diverse Teams Takes Work, But Is Worth the Effort

Organizations that focus on diversity, equity and inclusion are more productive and employees are more satisfied.


Terri L. Phillips, MD, FAAP

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Diverse Perspectives in Medical Aesthetics Matter More Than Ever

Dermatology Times® invites medical professionals in the dermatology community to speak out on the vital issues facing the specialty.


Stephen Zander, MBA

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How Can AI Improve Patient Care?

AI’s ability to quickly process and interpret large quantities of health data is a valuable tool for physicians.


Nicholas Wrigley

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Data Support the Use of First-/Second-Line Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors in HNSCC

Findings from a retrospective cohort study found that immune checkpoint inhibitors induced promising responses in the first- and second-line treatment of head and neck squamous cell carcinoma.


Sandra Fyfe

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Hedgehog Inhibitor Therapy’s Use in Advanced Basal Cell Carcinoma – Does It Work?

A study published in Future Medicine finds consistent use of the treatment is difficult for patients to maintain in a real-world setting.


Jazmin Newton

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A Close Look at Necrobiosis Lipoidica

How to diagnose and treat this rare skin disorder.


Pete Haytaian

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3 Approaches to Creating a Connected Care Future

By integrating capabilities and services, we can create health experiences that are much more than the sum of their parts.


Kaiane Habeshian, MD

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Severe Hemorrhage from Infantile Hemangioma

A 5-month-old girl with a large scalp infantile hemangioma (IH), present since 6 weeks of age, is evaluated in the emergency department for lethargy and pallor.


Mona Gohara, MD

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Take-home Points to Manage Acne

Drs Joshua Zeichner, MD, and Mona Gohara, MD, provide take-home messages to providers treating patients with acne.


Beth Longware Duff

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Shingles Vaccination Counseling During the COVID-19 Pandemic

CDC advises not to delay shingles vaccination.


Contemporary Pediatrics Staff

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Parents Worries About Severe Acne’s Impact on Teens

More than 90% of respondents to a recent survey expressed concern about acne’s effect on their adolescent’s mental health and social life.


Chelsey Huffman, MD

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Severe Hemorrhage from Infantile Hemangioma

A 5-month-old girl with a large scalp infantile hemangioma (IH), present since 6 weeks of age, is evaluated in the emergency department for lethargy and pallor.


J.D. Norcross

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What You Don’t Know and Should Know About Passwords

J.D. Norcross, director of information technology at VitalSkin Dermatology, discusses some myths and best practices with digital passwords you should know to help keep your practice information safer.


Kristi Rosa

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FDA Approves Relatlimab Plus Nivolumab for Unresectable or Metastatic Melanoma

The FDA has approved the fixed-dose combination of relatlimab plus nivolumab for the treatment of adult and pediatric patients who are 12 years of age or older and who have unresectable or metastatic melanoma.


Michael Joyce, CFA, CFP

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Impacts of the Inflation Reduction Act on Doctors

How will new federal law affect lives and wallets of physicians?


Tony Hagen

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Biosimilars for Humira Are on Their Way

In 2023 as many as 11 biosimilars to Humira are headed for the US market.


Rosanna Sutherby, Pharm.D.

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Vitiligo: It Is Not Just a Skin Condition

The melanocytes attacked by the autoimmune disease are present in the eyes and ears, not just the skin, so vitiligo can adversely affect vision and hearing.


Nina M. D’Amiano, BA

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An Overview of Granulomatous Dermatitis

Granulomatous dermatitis includes a group of reactive dermatologic disorders characterized by distinct histopathological patterns, clinical manifestations, and associated diseases.


Lois Levine

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A Talk with Albert Yan, MD on Current Trends in Technology

At the SPD 2022 47th Annual Meeting, we chat with Albert Yan, MD, of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia on the latest trends in technology for pediatric dermatologists.


Rajeev Ronanki

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3 Approaches to Creating a Connected Care Future

By integrating capabilities and services, we can create health experiences that are much more than the sum of their parts.


Jonathan Lai, BA

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An Overview of Granulomatous Dermatitis

Granulomatous dermatitis includes a group of reactive dermatologic disorders characterized by distinct histopathological patterns, clinical manifestations, and associated diseases.


Keith Loria

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How Physicians Can Find the Right Attorney

As practices grow and become more intimately involved in patients’ complete health care — including regimens of sleep, nutrition, lifestyle, and even wearables — there is more room for lapses, errors or disagreements that pose questions suitable for lawyers.

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