Reports project hiring for NPs, PAs, and dire situation for nursing across the nation.
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.
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.
Dermatology advanced practice providers work alongside physicians to improve patient care and access.
Clinicians fresh from the Fall Clinical Dermatology Conference discuss their top meeting takeaways and share some recommendations.
Combined, these efforts encourage active participation in the care process and drive sustained behavior change.
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.
James Q Del Rosso, DO, Raj Chovatiya, MD, PhD, Lisa Swanson, MD, summarize the TRuE-AD1 and TRuE AD2 phase 3 trial and provide take home messages topical ruxolitinib cream for the treatment of atopic dermatitis.
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.
Treatment regimens for pediatric acne should consider skin type, ethnicity, disease severity and personal preferences, according to one expert.
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.
In part 4 of this Frontline Forum series, John M. Strasswimmer, MD, PhD; Andrew H. Weinstein, MD; Neal Bhatia, MD; Laura Ferris, MD; and Aaron S. Farberg, MD, discuss solutions for managing and treating patients with basal cell carcinoma.
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.
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.
Online-first engagement ensures patients obtain the right care for their specific needs.
Drs Justine Cohen and Brent Moody provide their key takeaways and panel discussion highlights related to the management of patients with basal cell carcinoma.
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.
In this week’s Pointers with Portela, the 208SkinDoc reviews a case of pediatric keratoderma.
Aaron S. Farberg, MD, and Jeffrey Crowley, MD, share take-home messages on the impact of the generalized pustular psoriasis study.
A plethora of oral and topical treatments are available for patients, according to Stein Gold’s SCALE 2023 sessions.
Technology and care navigators are key to managing this growing population
Recent studies show patients are experiencing adverse effects of stopping corticosteroid treatment.
Experts detail 5 tips to ask a financial advisor so they can best serve your interests.
Del Rosso and Stein Gold will discuss topical management in an in-depth seminar.
Hamzavi spoke at the 2023 Pigmentary Disorder Exchange Symposium in Chicago.