Tony Hagen


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.


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


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


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


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


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


Study Explores if Atopic Dermatitis is Only a Skin Disease

A group of dermatologists and dermatology students studied why AD may be related to certain cardiovascular diseases, neuropsychiatric diseases, autoimmune diseases, and obesity.

Terry Ciesla


4 tips to curbing rising costs and staffing shortfalls

Medical networks and smaller practices alike are facing spiraling inflation costs and staffing shortfalls due to waves of COVID cases that are impacting physicians, staff, and management.

Jim Keller, MD


Considering consumerism in health care

Patients’ ability to choose can affect your practice.

Jashin Wu, MD


Plaque Psoriasis Management: Future Directions in Care

Closing out their discussion on the management of plaque psoriasis, panelists share their excitement for future directions in care.

Richard Payerchin


How Bad is Inflation? Physicians, Financial Managers Report the Latest

MGMA survey quantifies rising costs, revenues, patient encounters, and more.

Medical Economics Staff


2021’s Top Challenges Facing Physicians

In late 2020, our sister publication, Medical Economics®, conducted a Physicians Report asking physician audiences what they thought would be the most challenging issues they will face this year. Here is what the respondents said.

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Managing Plaque Psoriasis: Expert Advice

Takeaways from a panel discussion on newer biologic therapies to treat plaque psoriasis, and parting advice to other professionals who work in dermatology regarding best practices when using these drugs in their clinics.

Lois Levine, Associate Editorial Director


Top Meeting Takeaways From the Fall Clinical Conference

Clinicians fresh from the Fall Clinical Dermatology Conference discuss their top meeting takeaways and share some recommendations.

Jason Burum


How to Effectively Partner with Patients to Optimize Care

Combined, these efforts encourage active participation in the care process and drive sustained behavior change.

Sarah C. Miller, MS2


Disseminated Erythema Migrans as a Result of Lyme Disease

A 17-year-old male patient presents with multiple lesions developed on his trunk, face, and extremities that had previously been solitary, red expanding lesion on his right arm at the site of a tick bite that occurred during a hike.

Lisa Swanson, MD, PhD


TRuE-AD1 and TRuE AD2 Trial Overview

Dermatology experts review the design of the TRuE-AD1 and TRuE AD2 phase 3 trial.

Kaitlyn Bader, Associate Editor


The Mainstream Patient: January 3, 2023

This week's edition of the Mainstream Patient features stories about dry shampoos that don't contain benzene, the best ferulic acid serums, Hijabi hair care, and more.

Jonathan Lai, MS2


Customization Drives Pediatric Acne Treatment Regimens

Treatment regimens for pediatric acne should consider skin type, ethnicity, disease severity and personal preferences, according to one expert.

Keith A. Reynolds


Proper Coding Gets Practices What They Are Owed

A physician’s goal is to care for patients, but a key part of being able to provide that care is the eternal quest for payment. One way to ensure that a practice maximizes its coding regimen is to make sure each session can be efficiently billed.

Aaron Farberg, MD


Frontline Forum Part 4: A Discussion of the Pathophysiology of Acne and Available Treatment Strategies

In the final part of this Frontline Forum series, Joshua Zeichner, MD, FAAD; Hilary Baldwin, MD; Zoe Diana Draelos, MD; Aaron S. Farberg, MD, FAAD; and Leon H. Kircik, MD, discuss the main pillars of acne and topical treatments available for patients with acne.

Chris Ryan


FDA Accepts IND for RM-1995 Photoimmunotherapy in Advanced Cutaneous or Head and Neck SCC

The FDA has accepted an investigational new drug application for the photoimmunotherapy treatment, RM-1995, for patients with advanced cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma or head and neck squamous cell carcinoma.

Omar Noor, MD, FAAD


Gaps in Management of AD SOC Patients

Drs Angela Lamb, Omar Noor, and Neal Bhatia share what they consider to be the biggest gaps in care for patients with SOC: patient/provider education, building trust, and appropriate diagnosis of AD.

Keith Algozzine


How a digital front door can improve patients’ access to care

Online-first engagement ensures patients obtain the right care for their specific needs.

Sherry G. Cohen, FNP-C, APRN-PMH


Sunscreen Protection for Children

Protection from the harsh rays of the sun is crucial for everyone—including children. Now that summer has arrived, a refresher course for your patients and their families on sun protection, which can go a long way in preventing skin damage and disorders due to the sun.

Dustin Portela, DO


Pointers With Portela: Sun Damage Repair Products

In this week’s Pointers with Dr Portela, the 208SkinDoc picks his top products for repairing sun-damaged skin.

Aaron S. Farberg, M.D., dermatologist, Baylor Scott & White Health System and Bare Dermatology in Dallas, Texas


Impact of Data on Generalized Pustular Psoriasis

Aaron S. Farberg, MD, and Jeffrey Crowley, MD, share take-home messages on the impact of the generalized pustular psoriasis study.

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